Penguins on a Trip – level 2

23-03-2020 15:00

A pair of penguins took a walk in an aquarium in Chicago. The aquarium was closed due to the coronavirus.

Caretakers at the aquarium let the penguins wander around and explore the place. It was a good chance for the animals to behave naturally, and caretakers let them do this often. The aquarium´s official said that it was an important part of animal welfare and that the animals need to feel happy.

Other animals at the aquarium make similar trips, too. Caretakers do not usually record them because there are many visitors. This time, caretakers had more time to record the penguins because the aquarium was closed.

Caretakers shared the video of the penguins on social media. Many people liked the video, and they demanded more videos with different animals.

Difficult words: caretaker (a person who looks after animals or people), welfare (somebody´s health, comfort and happiness), demand (to want something very much and ask for it).

You can watch the original video in the Level 3 section.

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