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Toga's parents hatch a new chick
Oscar and Kyala
The pair hatched the first of two eggs last week
The parents of a baby penguin that was stolen from a zoo just before Christmas have hatched a chick.

Toga, a three-month-old jackass penguin, was never found despite a 25,000 reward after being stolen from Amazon World on the Isle of Wight.

Meanwhile, his parents, Kyala and Oscar, hatched the first of two eggs on Valentine's Day.

A spokesman for the zoo said the sex of the chick was not yet known and it had not been named.

Police believe Toga, who was taken on 17 December, was stolen as a Christmas gift.


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