The penguins sent on a tour of the closed due to the coronavirus to the aquarium

In Chicago conducted a tour for the penguins closed because of the pandemic coronavirus to the aquarium. Visitors will not be here for at least another week and a half, so that the birds provided a real wrestler. Non-flying tourists took video.

The adventure continues! ??
This morning, Edward and Annie explored Shedd”s rotunda. They are a bonded pair of rockhopper penguins, which means they are together for nesting season. Springtime is nesting season for penguins at Shedd, and this year is no different! (1/3) ?

— Shedd Aquarium (@shedd_aquarium) March 16, 2020

sightseeing went the Northern crested penguins, Annie and Edward, who next week will begin to build a nest, and a lone Wellington.

While this may be a strange time for us these days feel normal for animals at Shedd. Our caregivers are constantly providing new experiences for the animals to explore and express their natural behaviors with. Let us know what penguin activities you would like to see! (3/3)

— Shedd Aquarium (@shedd_aquarium) March 16, 2020

the First was the interest of the rotunda and the jobs of employees of the Shedd Aquarium, the second in literally hovered in front of aquariums with freshwater fish from the Amazon — such a variety of shapes and colors, apparently, entered into a stupor waterfowl.

Penguins in the Amazon?! ??

Some of the penguins went on a field trip to meet other animals at Shedd. Wellington seemed most interested in the fishes in Amazon Rising! The black-barred silver dollars also seemed interested in their unusual visitor.

— Shedd Aquarium (@shedd_aquarium) March 15, 2020

take a Stroll through the halls of the aquarium, his students will be able to at least March 29 — the day the user Rassitive to open its doors to the visitors, but everything points to the fact that the quarantine because of the spread of coronavirus to be extended.

In the US at the moment was 4661 case of coronavirus, of which 85 ended with a lethal outcome. Recovered recognized 17 people.