Penguins roam around empty aquarium amid coronavirus lockdown. Aquarium in Chicago has let its penguins wander around freely after closing its doors to visitors due to the coronavirus outbreak. Edward and Annie, two bonded rockhopper penguins, are due to begin nesting together next week and will continue their scheduled activities.
Shedd Aquarium said it is providing new experiences for animals to explore and express their natural behavior, while entertaining those stuck at home. To help cure the boredom of being stuck at home, the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, which is closed through March 29 due to coronavirus concerns, is sharing videos from throughout the aquarium. Another video shows a rockhopper penguin couple, Edward and Annie taking a stroll in the rotunda. Check out their adventures.