Comedic couple Anna Faris and Chris Pratt went back to their roots this weekend, celebrating their Seattle upbringings at the 50th anniversary of the city zoo.
The duo took their 3-year-old son Jack to the celebration, giving him the lucky honor of naming one of the penguin chicks, now dubbed Eagle by the Pratt family. More importantly, the family participated in the zoo’s Zoo Parent Day celebration by promoting the organization’s conservation efforts for penguins and other threatened species.
And let’s not forget, this isn’t the first time a "Parks and Recreation" star has promoted the penguin cause. Leslie Knope, aka Amy Poehler, took part in zoo equality by marrying two male penguins at the local petting zoo in the season two opener.
So great work, Anna and Chris. You’ve contributed to a great cause and reminded us how much we miss our "Parks and Rec" binge sessions.