Posted by | November 15, 2011 20:46 | Filed under: Top Stories

Buddy and Pedro were separated by the Toronto Zoo so they could reproduce, but they will be reunited in the spring.

…when the breeding season is over, all the African penguins will eventually return to the same enclosure, and “if Buddy and Pedro want to be together … they will be back together,” said Tom Mason, Toronto Zoo curator of birds.

But will they want to stay together after copulating and bonding with a female?

…The Toronto Zoo’s species survival plan aims to help the endangered penguins populate, but the process can’t be forced. It all depends on how well they “get along” with the female penguins.

Even zoos may fail at gay reparative therapy.

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