14 May 2014 Last updated at 12:04
Park owner Anthony Binskin told BBC reporter Miranda Shunke the penguin couple needed no help.
A same-sex penguin couple are rearing a chick after it was abandoned by its parents at a zoo in Kent.
Staff at Wingham Wildlife Park stepped in after the baby bird's mother had to leave the egg because the father refused to help her incubate it.
The two male Humboldt penguins, Jumbs and Kermit, were given the egg, which hatched a month ago.
Park owner Tony Binskin said: "These two have so far proven to be two of the best penguin parents we have had yet."
Jumbs and Kermit were first seen pairing up in 2012, leaving two females without mates.
"Whilst it was nice to see two of our birds pair up, it actually meant that we were left with not two but four birds unable to reproduce within our collection," Mr Binskin said.