The penguins are back on view at Dublin Zoo, just in time for the summer. They were brought indoors in January for their own safety after the threat of Bird Flu.
The penguins are normally fed at 2.30pm every day if you're looking to catch them on your next visit.
Speaking to 98FM News, animal keeper Garth De Jong said the penguins had to be kept indoors until the threat of bird flu passed.
He said: ‘We had a case of bird flu that hit Europe and there were cases reported in Ireland. At that stage we were put on high alert to get our animals into safe areas as we don’t want any of our animals contracting bird flu. So we had to house them in a special area that was roofed so there was absolutely no contact with wild birds until the threat past.’
He added that the penguins were happy to be back: ‘They are loving it. They are back in their old pool. They have the sand under their feet and the wind blowing in their hair…or feathers!’