Rockhopper penguins at a Chicago aquarium walked around visitor areas to check out other exhibits after it closed its doors for two weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the aquarium is closed to the public, care staff are onsite for the animals. https://t.co/JT2yP2Glg7 pic.twitter.com/6zPkpKQZ8M— ABC News (@ABC) March 16, 2020
The Chicago aquarium closed its doors this week amid the COVID-19 outbreak, so the Rockhopper penguins are taking full advantage of the human-less space! In this cute clip, they're roaming around visiting their neighbors. Although the aquarium is closed to the public, luckily, staff are still onsite to take care of the animals.
via ABC News