SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — School may be out for the summer for children in San Francisco, but five penguin chicks at the San Francisco Zoo and Gardens just started their classes.

The 2-month-old Magellanic penguins are currently attending “fish school” to learn the basics of being a zoo penguin, according to a news release from the zoo.

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The young penguins will learn how to eat whole fish, swim and become socialized with their caretakers.

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Starting Friday, the public can help name the five penguins. Zoo attendees can participate in the 3:30 p.m. daily penguin feeding and, for $5 donation, can contribute their favorite name. The donation benefits penguin conservation.

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According to the zoo’s website, the San Francisco Zoo has the largest and most successful breeding colony of Magellanic penguins in captivity, having fledged approximately 205 chicks since 1985.