Penguin week organisers hail good response from public
The Two Oceans Aquarium held activities including puppet shows, penguin feeding, penguin waddle - to educate visitors about the endangered species.
CAPE TOWN - Organisers of the penguin week at the Two Oceans Aquarium say they've had a good response from the public.
During the week - the aquarium held activities including puppet shows, penguin feeding, penguin waddle - to educate visitors about the environmental risks involved for the endangered species.
Some of the activities centered around educating children about the environmental risks involved in littering.
Animal keeper Shanet Rutgers said: “Every day we had something to educate people, like instead of using plastic straw use metal straws.”
🐧MEET · OUR · FAMILY🐧— Two Oceans Aquarium (@2OceansAquarium) April 27, 2018
It’s #PenguinWeek! Meet the rockhoppers and the people who take care of them, every day this weekend at 10am.
Lots more penguin excitement lined up! We can't wait to sea you: https://t.co/z3tg1vonlt pic.twitter.com/06flw7zDH6