Yellow-eyed penguins make shallow, bowl-shaped nests of twigs, leaves, and grass and lay up to two eggs in them in early autumn. The eggs take from 39 to 51 days to hatch, which is the most variable hatch time of any penguin. Both parents take turns incubating the eggs, and later brooding the chicks, while the other goes out to sea to feed and bring home food for the young. Come February, the chicks will be completely independent.
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