Although the Georgia Aquarium is closed to the public due to the Coronavirus pandemic, they opened their doors for a couple of puppies from the Atlanta Humane Society.
The adorable puppies, Odie and Carmel, were able to explore the aquarium on their little field trip, making new discoveries and befriending the marine life.
Puppies were in awe as they watched the fish swim by.
They quickly grew tired from all the excitement and plopped down for a nap in the windowsills of the sea life exhibits.
While all aquariums are closed to the public, the Georgia Aquarium isn’t the only one that is opening its doors for certain exceptions.
Shedd Aquarium in Chicago has been allowing their penguins to stroll around the exhibits and explore the building.
Where's Wellington now? 🐧 This little rockhopper took a tour of Shedd's Wild Reef…and he's not alone! A few of the Magellanic penguins that call Shedd home joined this penguin party, checking out this massive habitat. pic.twitter.com/NcKkOtGdPw
— Shedd Aquarium (@shedd_aquarium) March 21, 2020
Some of the penguins enjoyed the Wild Reef, while others loved watching the neon-colored cardinal tetras in the Amazon Rising exhibit.
Watch the puppies explore the Georgia Aquarium in the video below:
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Puppies + Ocean Voyager = Quarantine therapy 🐶🥰🐟Our friends at Atlanta Humane Society stopped by for a brief puppy field trip with pups Odie and Carmel. It was such a ruff day. 😉
Posted by Georgia Aquarium on Thursday, March 26, 2020