Roy and Silo
Roy and Silo are male penguins in a zoo who developed a pair bond. Although Silo later mated with a female penguin, proponents of the gay agenda had promoted the two chinstrap penguins as an example of "homosexual animals" and even wrote a children's book to promote "same sex unions" to schoolchildren. The penguins are not free in nature but are held in captivity at the Central Park Zoo in Manhattan. In fact, no animal displays the type of very promiscuous homosexual lifestyle that has tragically shortened the lifespan of many humans.
According to the National Geographic News,
|“||Roy and Silo, two male chinstrap penguins at New York's Central Park Zoo have been inseparable for six years now. They display classic pair-bonding behavior—entwining of necks, mutual preening, flipper flapping, and the rest.||”|
According to the chief keeper of the penguins Rob Gramzay, once both of them were so desperate to incubate an egg together that they used a rock as an egg and sat on it. In this way they kept the rock warm in the folds of their abdomen. After Gramzay gave them an egg, they incubated it and a chick named Tango was hatched. They also helped raising Tango.