'March of the Penguins' as Detroit Zoo opens conservation center

It's the march of the penguins at the Detroit Zoo.

Take a look as dozens of them take a short stroll to their new home, a 33,000 gallon penguin conservation center - the largest in the world.

While they're getting comfortable we will have to wait to see the new digs.

We are told it features a massive tank with more than 300-thousand gallons of water... and it has two underwater tunnels where visitors can view the birds swimming above.

The new center is set to open to the public on April 18th.

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