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It’s truly refreshing to see animals in zoos enjoying themselves now during the lock downs considering when these locations were open to public, these animals were merely entertainment for people.

From penguins to sloths, these animals are having the time of their lives!

This time, the Orangutans of the Singapore zoo got to be silly and play around with bubbles, as showcased in a video on the Wildlife Reserve Singapore Facebook page.

Orangutan Bubble Playtime!

In the new normal, even our orangutans are in for a surprise as their keepers change things out in the animal care routine. Keep your fun side and try perking things up a little to break the circuit of boredom!#TheGreatIndoorsWRS

Posted by Wildlife Reserves Singapore on Tuesday, April 14, 2020

They wrote, “In the new normal, even our orangutans are in for a surprise as their keepers changed things up in their animal care routine. Keep your fun side and try perking things up, a little something to break the circuit of boredom!”

The orangutans can be seen tumbling and swinging around their enclosure as the keepers blow bubbles for the primates to enjoy.

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While some orangutans choose to gleefully watch the bubbles float by, others tried to catch the bubbles and taste it out of curiosity.

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How adorable are these orangutans?

We genuinely hope that when the lock downs are over and the Covid-19 virus is eradicated, zoo keepers choose to keep entertaining their animals instead of just allowing the animals to entertain humans.

What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section.

 

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

Covid-19 Lockdown Closes Aquarium, Penguins Free To Roam & Experience Being A Visitor - World Of Buzz


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