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Covid-19: Otters Play in SG Tourist Spots As People Steer Clear Of Public Places

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Following reports of the Covid-19 outbreak, many animals have been seen leaving their natural habitat and man-made cages for days in the sun and at places they don’t normally venture to. From dolphins in Italy and penguins in Chicago, the coronavirus seems to have given animals a chance to enjoy life.

On March 18th, a Facebook page posted a video of a family of (Singaporean) otters climbing up the steps out of a Singapore river. There wasn’t a large crowd of people at the time since many stayed home to fight the pandemic spread of Covid-19.

Merlion

Breaking NewsSBG otters came with their babies to visit the Merlion Big and Small because they knew that no tourists were there

Posted by Omni Channel on Tuesday, March 17, 2020

With little preying eyes, the otters swam out of the river, climbed the steps and ran amongst the trees at Merlion Park, Singapore. When they had their share of fun, they returned to the river.

Otters own the City because there are not much visitors walking around

Posted by Omni Channel on Tuesday, March 17, 2020

The Facebook page also shared another video of the otters seen near Marina Bay area on March 17th, and one more on March 16th, where they were caught on camera at one of their usual hangout spots, Gardens By the Bay.

Wake up call

Good morning Singapore.Alarm Cock waking up the otters

Posted by Omni Channel on Monday, March 16, 2020

Based on the footage, it was obvious the cute creatures had an amazing otters-day-out. Amidst all the darkness in the world right now, its quite pleasant to see how the many creatures that don’t have voices, have finally found some sort of solace and happiness.

What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments section!

Also read: Covid-19 Lockdown Closes Aquarium, Penguins Free To Roam & Experience Being A Visitor

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