The tiny two-week-old is currently being hand-reared after the unpredictable British weather caused him to hatch out of season.
In fact, this fluffy little Humboldt penguin chick was born a whole two months early, since the mild weather fooled his parents into thinking it was time to breed.
So the youngster is now being raised by keepers at the ZSL London Zoo Penguin Beach exhibit to give it the best chance of survival.
And according to staff the newest arrival is already proving to be a bit of a diva, as he makes sure to let everyone know when it's feeding time!
Surrogate mum Vicky Fyson says the demanding chick squawks noisily when he's is hungry for some fish, before making satisfied squeaks when his stomach is full.
Visitors of the zoo are now being encouraged to help name the super sweet chick by voting online.
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