There’s more to live zoo cams than cute baby animals, it turns out.
Although zoos around the world are being forced to shut their doors due to COVID-19 concerns, many zookeepers, veterinarians, and staff are still required to visit their place of employment and take care of the animals.
Zoo-related content is all the trend these days. First it was Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium that began posting the adventures of its penguins to social media. Then zoos around the world let us in on a little known secret that many of their animals can actually be viewed directly from home via live cams.
But now we’ve been graced by footage of Adam, one of Melbourne Zoo’s keepers, who has been labelled an ”absolute legend” for his two-minute dance number. Watch him shimmy and shake, and power through the routine despite losing his walkie-talkie halfway through.
Instead of just waiting around for baby animal updates, we’re now hoping to catch more action from zookeepers getting in on the fun.
However, we wouldn’t say no to more quality penguin content. Not to be outdone by Adam and other penguins around the world of course, this little fella has shown who really has the happy feet.
This article was originally posted to Secret Melbourne.
Also published on Medium.