Meet two adorable baby penguins in this aquarium livestream

    Coronavirus social distancing has us sitting in front of screens a lot more than usual, which is rough considering that they’re largely filled with terrible things. Fortunately, an Australian aquarium is doing its part to fight the despair with the power of baby penguins.

    SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium recently welcomed two King penguin chicks to the world, and is showed them off on a livestream today. One has already been named Sparkie, born to proud parents Skipper and Nancy, while Hudson and Terry’s chick will be named via a public competition on the aquarium’s social media. 

    Suggesting a name will also put you in the draw to win a VIP Penguin Passport experience, which will let you meet the chicks in real life once the aquarium reopens. Like many businesses in Australia, SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium is temporarily closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic. Happily, since we cannot go to the penguins, the penguins are coming to us. Read more…

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