Two baby penguins at the Oregon Zoo left the nest and went for their first swim.
    Pescado and Patata, or 'fish and chips' in Spanish, were born at the zoo in early March.
    They've spent the past two months in the nest, growing feathers and preparing to swim.
    Once the chicks grow their adult feathers, or 'fledge,' they can swim right away, no lessons necessary.
    Pescado and Patata waddled right into the water Monday morning, splashing and kicking their webbed feet.
    The 3-month-old chicks are still working on their waddles, flapping their wings on the way to the pool to keep their balance.