Puffin chick becomes first to ever hatch in Como Zoo's history

Puffin chick becomes first to ever hatch in Como Zoo's history Photo: Como Zoo

Updated: August 14, 2019 02:22 PM

Como Zoo publicly welcomed a baby puffin Wednesday.

The zoo said it's the first ever tufted puffin chick to hatch in Como Zoo's history of exhibiting puffins, which dates back to 1987. The puffin chick, which hasn't yet been named, was born to first-time parents Bug and Rocky and hatched from its egg on July 31, the zoo said. The puffin chick's sex is still uknown.


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