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Articles that may contain original research from December All articles that may contain original research Articles with obsolete information from December All Wikipedia articles in need of updating Articles with multiple maintenance issues All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from April It says the couple are now happily rearing the chick, which has reached four weeks old. The Humboldt penguin is normally found on the coast of Chile and Peru, but numbers have dropped to between 12, and 20, as industrial fishing methods have led to dwindling stocks of the anchovies on which they feed. Please enter your password Forgotten your password? Yes, there was such a time.