Animals Providing Much Needed Smiles During Coronavirus Shut Down
The Shedd Aquarium in Chicago started a trend when they tweeted videos of their penguins strolling around the closed aquarium looking and acting like tourists.
Speaking of penguins, you can look in on what the penguins in Helzberg Penguin Plaza are up to with the Kansas City Zoo's 24 hour penguin cam:
On Thursday The St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station held a virtual breakfast with Coconut the sloth:
The St. Louis Zoo took their Humboldt Penguins which live in an outdoor habitat to visit the penguins that live inside at the Penguin & Puffin Coast habitat. They even enjoyed an elevator ride:
If you need a smile I think this proves one thing. Find your favorite zoo's Facebook page or Twitter feed and start following it. You might see something interesting that you don't get to see every day.
Even Chicago's Field Museum decided to get in the act. And well, that's kind of difficult since they don't have living animals, or so we thought:
Stay safe. Practice social distancing by staying about six feet away from other people. Wash your hands frequently. Stay home if your sick. And don't hoard the TP and hand sanitzer. Listen to the radio, we're here for you.