Doug and Barbara are endangered African penguins who hatched two months ago at the San Diego Zoo.
They are the first ever to come from eggs laid by adult birds in the zoo’s colony.
Staffers at the zoo have been taking care of the pair to get them used to being around people.
They’ll be reintroduced to the penguin colony in a few weeks.
The chicks are important to a species that has declined from a million breeding pairs to only 23,000 today.
And if you want to see more of them, the zoo plans to launch a reality web series this summer called “Penguin Beach” to document the colony.