Coyotes in the City of Chicago aren’t that unusual lately, but a photograph by Michael Novo on March 31, 2020 of a coyote running down a vacant Michigan Avenue in Chicago represented one of the early unique animal observations during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
— Michael Novo (@MichaelNovo9) March 31, 2020
Jellyfish have been observed in the canals of Venice, Italy according to ABC News. A pride of lions lounge on a road in Kruger National Park in South Africa. Sea turtles have found peace at a Florida beach.
Zebra and donkey gestation is about 365 days, so you can’t blame the pandemic on the zebra-donkey hybrid below.
A jellyfish is spotted gliding through the canals of Venice, Italy, as decreased boat traffic has made the water more transparent, making it easier to observe marine life—even in the middle of town. https://t.co/9lZTlXY0LD pic.twitter.com/bRHISfVfoO
— ABC News (@ABC) April 21, 2020
A zebra at the Chyulu National Park in Kenya was recently found with a peculiar-looking foal. Turned out she mated with a donkey and now has a "zonkey." https://t.co/m4AOxMJYQ8
— CNN (@CNN) April 19, 2020
Sea turtles are thriving as coronavirus empties Florida beaches https://t.co/6lPAP01EfK
— CNN (@CNN) April 18, 2020
Kruger visitors that tourists do not normally see. #SALockdown This lion pride are usually resident on Kempiana Contractual Park, an area Kruger tourists do not see. This afternoon they were lying on the tar road just outside of Orpen Rest Camp.
📸Section Ranger Richard Sowry pic.twitter.com/jFUBAWvmsA
— Kruger National Park (@SANParksKNP) April 15, 2020
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Where’s Wellington? Continuing his outdoor adventure with nesting pair Edward and Annie! 🐧🐧🐧 Rockhoppers don’t just do their distinctive hops on rocks (or, in this case, stairs)—they even hop into the water feet-first! pic.twitter.com/paSnIBfupo
— Shedd Aquarium (@shedd_aquarium) April 13, 2020
Hopping into the weekend the Wellington way! 🐧🐧🐧 The front steps of Shedd are perfect for a rockhopper penguin's preferred method of getting around: hopping! Early spring in Chicago is around the same temperature many rockhoppers thrive in—great for a quick outdoor adventure. pic.twitter.com/MBga7OBaJO
— Shedd Aquarium (@shedd_aquarium) April 11, 2020
The adventure continues! 🐧🐧
This morning, Edward and Annie explored Shedd’s rotunda. They are a bonded pair of rockhopper penguins, which means they are together for nesting season. Springtime is nesting season for penguins at Shedd, and this year is no different! (1/3) 👇 pic.twitter.com/VdxN3oQAfe
— Shedd Aquarium (@shedd_aquarium) March 16, 2020
A #HaikuPoetryDay riddle:
Who hops on webbed feet
Yellow crown feathers a-flop
And waddles about?
Wellington, of course! 🐧 Write your own haiku day riddles about Wellington or your favorite animal below! 👇👇👇 pic.twitter.com/Mm14xosD1w
— Shedd Aquarium (@shedd_aquarium) April 18, 2020