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June 20, 2010

Fathers Day for Penguins

PenguinThe Bremerhaven Zoo in northern Germany is raising the endangered Humboldt penguin.  A pair of gay dads has been given an egg abandoned by its heterosexual parents which they have incubated successfully. The pair has fiercely guarded the fledgling to the extent that the zoo has not been able to determine the sex of the new chick.

The chick was born on on April 25. the proud dads nurture their offspring with fish mash that they chew up and regurgitate into its ever-open beak.

Happy father's day everyone and awwww.

BTW can anyone explain why natural law doesn't seem to have any connection to what is found in nature?


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Charlie, the answer is yes. Andrew Sullivan has a good discussion of Catholic "natural law" doctrine in his book "The Conservative Soul," available at . I reviewed the book in 2006 at .

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