Bored Kansas City Zoo penguins took an adorable field trip to their local art museum


The pandemic lockdown is hard for us all, but the abundance of “wild animals in unexpected places!” videos that it’s led to never really gets old.

The latest example comes compliments of the Kansas City Zoo, which brought three of their Humboldt penguins – Bubbles (5), Maggie (7), and Berkley (8) – to the nearby Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Both venues are located in Kansas City, Missouri.

You can see the three aquatic birds admiring all the art as they waddle around the empty museum. According to the museum’s executive director, Julián Zugazagoitia, they were more taken with Caravaggio than they were with Monet, Read more…

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