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NEW ORLEANS - MAY 22: One of 19 penguins rescued along with two sea otters in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina is released into its old habitat in the Audobon Aquarium of the Americas by volunteers as others swim about after returning to New Orleans following an eight-month refuge in California May 22, 2006 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The rescued animals were flown by FedEx back to New Orleans and will return to their home at the Audobon Aquarium of the Americas which is scheduled to reopen May 26. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

With COVID-19 making us all stay put, no one’s getting to the zoo or the aquarium anytime soon. That’s good news for these penguins.


When the Chicago Aquarium closed, the staff escorted a waddle of penguins around the exhibits so they could see what the other animals were up to. It’s as adorable as you’d expect it to be.


See? Cute animals will help us through the Coronavirus crisis, dammit! Just ask this beluga whale, who is trolling this seagull hard.


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