They're the first penguin babies to hatch at the Aquarium of Niagara since 2006, and the newest residents are the cutest ever.

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According to WIVB, the chicks hatched earlier this month.

"According to the aquarium, the penguin chicks will remain in the nest with their parents for several weeks and are expected to grow rapidly," reports WIVB. "Animal care staff hope to welcome additional chicks in the coming weeks as it is currently breeding season for Humboldt penguins."