Last month, after 66 days of incubation, an Emperor penguin was born in China. This is no ordinary penguin. This penguin was artificially inseminated and spent 5 days in an artificial incubator when the adult penguins abandoned the egg.
According to China’s National Bureau of Oceanography, the penguin is in ‘good health’.
Against the odds, this baby penguin is in good health and living with it’s mother at China’s Laohutan Ocean Park in the north-east city of Dalian.