Public invited to name Sewerby Zoo penguin

image captionThe female penguin hatched at the zoo in April

Members of the public are being invited to come up with a name for a baby Humboldt penguin which hatched at Sewerby Zoo in Bridlington.

The female chick hatched in April and has been seen regularly at the zoo since July, when she made her first public appearance.

Visitors to the zoo, which is part of Sewerby Hall and Gardens, are being asked to choose a name for her.

Entry forms are available from the zoo. The closing date is 26 September.

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