After Closing Down, This Aquarium Lets Its Penguins Go On A ‘Field Trip’

Many facilities around the world are closing their doors to visitors in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19. Shedd Aquarium, located in Chicago, is not an exception. The aquarium, which welcomes around 2 million guests each year, has closed for 2 weeks to protect the community. However, the aquarium is far from empty as recently, human visitors were replaced by… penguins. Probably for the first time ever, these aquatic birds were released to stretch their legs and explore the premises.

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Recently, Shedd Aquarium, located in Chicago, had to close its door for visitors, but still found a way to entertain them through social media