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'''Roy and Silo''' are male [[penguin]]s in a zoo who developed a pair bond interpreted by proponents of the [[gay agenda]] as an example of  
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'''Roy and Silo''' were male [[penguin]]s in [[New York City]]'s [[Central Park]] Zoo<ref name=CPZGPID>[http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/02/07/MNG3N4RAV41.DTL Central Park Zoo's gay penguins ignite debate]</ref> who developed a pair bond that was interpreted by proponents of the [[gay agenda]] as an example of  
"[[homosexual animals]]"<ref name=NYT>[http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9506efd9113bf934a35751c0a9629c8b63 Love That Dare Not Squeak Its Name] ''[[New York Times]]''</ref> and even wrote a children's book to promote "same sex unions" to schoolchildren.
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"[[homosexual animals]]".<ref name=NYT>[http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9506efd9113bf934a35751c0a9629c8b63 Love That Dare Not Squeak Its Name] ''[[New York Times]]''</ref> They were the subject of the children's book ''And Tango Makes Three''.
The penguins are not free in nature but are held in captivity at the Central Park Zoo in [[Manhattan]].<ref name=CPZGPID>[http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/02/07/MNG3N4RAV41.DTL Central Park Zoo's gay penguins ignite debate]</ref> 
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In fact, no animal displays the type of very promiscuous [[homosexual lifestyle]] that has tragically shortened the lifespan of many humans. "Mr. Gramzay said that he never saw them complete a sex act but that the two did engage in mating rituals like entwining their necks and vocalizing to one another."<ref> [http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/24/nyregion/24penguins.html New Love Breaks Up a 6-Year Relationship at the Zoo]</ref> Silo later mated with a female penguin.
 
In fact, no animal displays the type of very promiscuous [[homosexual lifestyle]] that has tragically shortened the lifespan of many humans. "Mr. Gramzay said that he never saw them complete a sex act but that the two did engage in mating rituals like entwining their necks and vocalizing to one another."<ref> [http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/24/nyregion/24penguins.html New Love Breaks Up a 6-Year Relationship at the Zoo]</ref> Silo later mated with a female penguin.

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Roy and Silo were male penguins in New York City's Central Park Zoo[1] who developed a pair bond that was interpreted by proponents of the gay agenda as an example of "homosexual animals".[2] They were the subject of the children's book And Tango Makes Three.

In fact, no animal displays the type of very promiscuous homosexual lifestyle that has tragically shortened the lifespan of many humans. "Mr. Gramzay said that he never saw them complete a sex act but that the two did engage in mating rituals like entwining their necks and vocalizing to one another."[3] Silo later mated with a female penguin.

Scientists have also not considered that these penguins were taken from their natural habitat, Antarctica. The change in air temperature, latitudes, etc. may have had adverse effects on chemical balances in their brains, leading to abnormal behaviors. In summary, captivity can compound the penguin's homosexual behavior and the incident has no bearing on homosexuality in animals in nature nor in human beings.

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