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The staff of the Texas State Aquarium, in the United States, seek to entertain the specimens with peculiar activities in full quarantine. These images touched thousands of users on Facebook.
The Texas State Aquarium in the United States is closed due to the coronavirus pandemic; But its staff devised a way to keep the marine species it houses entertained, with different activities and one of them gave a trend on Facebook. The image you will see below has stolen the hearts of thousands of people on the social network.
That is why, through its Facebook page, the aquarium showed the journey of an illustrious guest that they had: ‘Boy’ the lazy sloth, who made some animals practically “go crazy” just by seeing him.
“We often give animals an opportunity to get to know other species as a way of enrichment, which helps keep both their bodies and minds active,“ said an aquarium worker.
“Like some of our most popular animals, it seemed like an obvious choice for our sloths and dolphins to have the opportunity to see us while we were temporarily closed,” added the contributor.
“We have another sloth , ‘Xena’, but that day, she was more interested in sleeping than in meeting the dolphins, “ said the employee about the video of the sloth’s visit to the aquarium, which caused a stir on Facebook .
On his tour, ‘Chico’ was able to see the seahorses, as well as a huge replica of a great white shark but, without a doubt, the most outstanding thing was his encounter with the dolphins’ Shadow ‘,’ Kai ‘,’ Liko ‘and’ Schooner ‘.
Located in Corpus Christi in the middle of the Texas coast, the Texas State Aquarium attracts more than 500,000 visitors each year (and educates more than 60,000 children each year through a variety of camps and educational programs). Designated as the “Official Texas Aquarium”, it offers educational and entertaining experiences for those who cross its doors. It is one of the most popular attractions in the state
The aquarium has a wide variety of exhibits that host native fish from the Gulf of Mexico, as well as some exotic species. There is a complete list of daily shows, including dolphin shows; diving encounters; reptile report; Birds of prey; and much more.
Watch the viral video below …
Source: Mag el Comercio