Thanks for sharing our penguin's dating profile @mags4dorset! He wants children, loves swimming and diving and his favorite bands are Reel Big Fish and Hootie and the Blowfish.Help Spruce the penguin find love on @Plenty Of Fish - https://t.co/2KLj Ru Y5m Apic.twitter.com/N6r XMXx K8D— Weymouth SEA LIFE (@SEALIFEWeymouth) May 19, 2017They advertised him as a "single penguin looking for chicks" and a family man at heart. His love interest must be willing to move and she has to be the right fit.
"Unfortunately, our cousins in the wild are having a tough time out there - there may be as few as 10,000 pairs of us left in the wild!Park staff say the other penguins in Spruce's group are either also male or have already found a mate."Our team hand reared Spruce from a chick and we successfully reintroduced him into our penguin colony," his carer Sarah Everett told the Dorset Echo.In all seriousness, his keepers want Spruce to join their breeding program because there are as few as 10,000 pairs in the wild, according to the sea life center.They add that if you know a penguin who fits the bill to shoot him a message.