This Aquarium ‘Shames’ The Naughtiest Penguin Of The Month By Showcasing His ‘Crimes’
The National Aquarium of New Zealand ‘shames’ the naughtiest penguin of the month by showcasing his ‘crimes’ for everybody, but most importantly for every other penguin to see. This month, Mo was the naughtiest penguin of the month and he even went so far to passing his bad habits on to other penguins.
“From the Oceanarium and Māori mythology, to the history and architecture, to the people that care for the animals every day, you can find out about it all here. You can also find out about being a volunteer or friend of the aquarium, along with the news, events and activities that make the aquarium such a great place to visit!” writes the description on the National Aquarium’s website.
“The 1.5 million litre Oceanarium showcases the many and varied aquatic species that exist in the adjacent Hawke Bay, including five types of shark and many other reef fish. You can journey through the Oceanarium inside our amazing underwater viewing tunnel via a 50m travelator as hundreds of local fish species swim and feed, above and around you.”
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If you’re interested in viewing more of what the National Aquarium of New Zealand has to offer, be sure to follow the official Facebook page for constant updates. Let’s just hope Mo will get back to better habits.