Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium, which was temporarily closed due to the new corona outbreak, this week shared a video of the Southern Rock Penguins” field trip to visit other animals and exhibits at the aquarium,media CNET reported. In the video, Penguin Wellington and penguin “couple” Edward and Annie explore the information desk, the Amazon River exhibition and other areas of the aquarium.
“While the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago may be closed to the public for the time being, animal care workers and veterinarians are working around the clock,” an aquarium spokesman said in an emailed statement Tuesday. In the absence of guests in the building, caregivers are innovating how to provide rich nutrients to animals – introducing new experiences, activities, food, etc. to keep them active ; “
The Shedd Aquarium encourages people to keep a close eye on their social media pages to see how the aquarium’s animals live.
Aquariums, zoos, museums and other possible public places in the United States have been temporarily closed as the new coronavirus continues to spread. U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday encouraged Americans to avoid gatherings of more than 10 people as the country began calling for social distance. There are currently more than 6,300 new crown-confirmed cases in the United States, resulting in 108 deaths.