Painting is a black tie affair for the BioPark’s penguins, and they always look their best. Zookeepers assist the penguins by placing small puddles of paint in their path. The penguins step in the paint and then waddle, hop and slide across the canvases. Gentoos belong to the group of “brush-tailed” penguins, and you may be able to spot the tell-tale mark their stiff tail feathers left when they sashayed across your canvas.
Please check back soon for more penguin paintings.