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Adorable orphaned puppies roam aquarium closed because of Covid-19

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Thought two penguins exploring an empty aquarium was cute? You're going to be blown away by this vid of two tiny orphaned pups wandering around the aquatic habitat!

By Natasha James , 31 Mar 2020

Life for shelter dogs isn’t easy but these two super cute puppers got a unique treat when they were invited to explore an aquarium left empty due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Inseparable siblings

Odie and Carmel the puppies are currently being raised at the Atlanta Humane Society. The two orphaned pups do everything together and while they haven't had the most auspicious start to life, a puppy field trip went some way to making them feel better.

The adorable video shows the inseparable puppies exploring the empty aquarium, looking up at the various types of fish and even having a quick snooze while a huge shark swims by in the background!

A playful underwater paradise

Play is clearly the order of the day for Odie and Carmel and they run and jump through this underwater paradise. The video just gets cuter and cuter and we see the pups snuggle up to their handlers as colourful shoals of sea creatures swim by.

Unsurprisingly, the video has become something of an internet sensation and currently has over 35, 000 views on Facebook.

A leaf out of their penguin pals' books

The puppies aren't the first animals treated to the run of an aquarium in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and earlier this week, a video of two penguins exploring their home went viral.

The gorgeous pups might not realise how cute they are yet but we're sure they'll learn and we hope that they get snapped up by a loving forever family very soon.

Watch the cute video here:

 
Puppies Take Over the Aquarium!

Our puppies just had the best. day. ever. They got to explore the Georgia Aquarium while it is closed to the public. They made all sorts of exciting discoveries and lots of new friends!

Posted by Atlanta Humane Society on Wednesday, March 25, 2020
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