Spruce the penguin is single and ready to mingle. Staff members at Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park created a profile on the dating website Plenty of Fish in hopes that their 1-year-old Humboldt penguin will find love.

According to Spruce’s dating profile, he is a Spanish-speaking Aries, a professional swimmer and has an incredibly adventurous spirit. His interests include seafood, diving and conservation. “At one-year-old you could say I’m a little young to be thinking about getting a mate, but I’m keen to be part of our park’s Humboldt penguin breeding programme as soon as I’m ready,” the profile reads. “Unfortunately, our cousins in the wild are having a tough time out there – there may be as few as 10,000 pairs of us left in the wild!”

The 5-foot tall “family man” penguin, who lives with 13 other penguins, hopes to find a lifelong mate and have lots of little chicks. If the lady penguins still aren’t convinced, Spruce also loves the band Reel Big Fish, is a fan of Batman (but secretly roots for The Penguin) and has an athletic body type.

His carer Sarah Everett told the Dorset Echo that Spruce wants to spend some time with fellow penguins, rather than the humans he’s accustomed to. “It would be nice for Spruce to have another single penguin to spend his time with, rather than his keepers.” She added that she really just wants Spruce to “settle down with the right girl” and find his long-lasting mate.

Spruce isn’t the first vulnerable animal to try online dating. A white rhino named Sudan joined Tinder last month in an attempt to breed and save his species. His care team dubbed him “the most eligible bachelor in the world.” According to the Weymouth Sea Life Twitter, another bachelor penguin named Sequoia is also seeking a mate.

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