When global pandemic Coronavirus people are house-bounded at the time, there is someone who is taking advantage of that. Yes, you’ve heard right. Some are there who are taking advantage of the current situation. They are the Penguins at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago. Rockhopper Penguins are one of the main attraction of the aquarium. They are always inside the glass. But due to the current situation, the aquarium is closed and prohibited the entries of man. On Sunday, Penguins got the advantage of the situation and set free to explore the aquarium.
This little guy’s name is Wellington.
At the time of Coronavirus, when there is a lack of visitor, caretaker for the animals. The aquarium is told by the Chicago Turbine to make the Penguins more creative, help them to be active, provide them proper food, and help them to express natural behavior.
A man named Wellington has posted a video on Twitter with the caption “This morning, Edward and Annie explored Shedd’s rotunda. They are bonded pair of Rockhopper Penguins, which means they are together for nesting season. Springtime is nesting season for Penguins, which means they are together for nesting season for them at Shedd, and this year is no different!”
The cute video of Wellington, waddling around with his flippers out, has been viewed more than 30,000 times as of Sunday evening and is putting smiles on people’s faces during a time of national hardship.
Video of Wellington is git viral and has been viewed for more than 30,000 times in a day, on Sunday evening. The people of Chicago loved this video and wanted to visit this aquarium but can’t due to the pandemic.
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Shedd Aquarium in Chicago
Shedd is the indoor aquarium situated at 1200 South Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States. Shedd Aquarium was the first inland aquarium with a saltwater fish collection. They have around 32,000 animals and 1500 species in this aquarium.
Shedd Aquarium will reopen to the public on Friday, July 3, with a participants-only preview Thursday, July 2. We stay up for welcoming our individuals and visitors returned and feature stringent measures in the vicinity to create a secure and enriching experience with the aquatic animal international. Member pre-sale starts June 24 at 10 a.m., and also the public ticket will be available from Thursday, June 25, at noon.