I think we all need something to smile at right now.
Like most public places, Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium has been closed to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Though the exhibits aren’t open to the public, the staff decided to let the aquarium’s Rockhopper penguins do some exploring. The results are adorable.
A Chicago aquarium closed its doors for two weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic—so these Rockhopper penguins got to go check out the other exhibits!
Although the aquarium is closed to the public, care staff are onsite for the animals. https://t.co/SiHjZ9cBcR pic.twitter.com/5w0WAEMr10
— ABC News (@ABC) March 17, 2020
The Shedd Aquarium Facebook page is also soliciting suggestions for other activities the penguins can do.
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