Penguins are very affectionate birds by nature and often mate for life.I really want to see Spruce settle down with the right girl and after searches for potential mates at other Sea Life centres proved fruitless – they have the same problem as us, too many boys - I thought it was time to look further afield.Park staff say the other penguins in Spruce's group are either also male or have already found a mate."Our team hand reared Spruce from a chick and we successfully reintroduced him into our penguin colony," his carer Sarah Everett told the Dorset Echo.S.,” an attempt to try and define regional personalities as it relates to dating and relationships — i.e.people in the southwest are outdoorsy; folks in the rust belt are not. One aspect of the piece that may be of interest to you and/or your lovelorn neighbors are a series of maps that reveal trends of how various pockets of the country answered OKCupid’s questions.With hopes of finding that elusive, 100%-likeminded partner dangled before them, members of the online dating site OKCupid are urged to answer a seemingly endless number of personality-sorting questions — from “Do you believe in miracles? ” to “Are you okay with people who grow marijuana for their own personal use? Yesterday on OKCupid’s blog one of the company’s social scientists — yes, they employ those — posted their findings from a lengthy study (sure!
Spruce the penguin's dating profile states the 1-year-old Humboldt penguin is a "Single Penguin looking for Chicks," as he was unable to find a mate among the 13 other penguins at his home in the Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park.
Spruce is clearly quite an early starter, which is why we are eager to start putting feelers out now so that when Spruce is mature enough to father chicks, he is already in a stable relationship,” said Sarah Everett, a penguin specialist at the park.
“Our team hand reared Spruce from a chick and we successfully reintroduced him into our penguin colony.
Weymouth Sea Life Park's penguin specialist, Sarah Everett, says the one-year-old male Humboldt penguin - called Spruce - is 'lonely for love'.
Spruce lives in the Park's penguin colony but the other penguins are either male or already coupled up.
Plenty of Fish has been really useful as a means of putting information about Spruce online so I can share the link on social media and send it to other penguin carers around the world – the right girl for him is out there somewhere and I’m determined to help him find her!