The penguins made a personal tour of the Museum
The zoo staff Kansas city (Missouri, USA) led a tour of the Museum of art the Nelson-Atkins three Peruvian penguin bubbles of five year olds, seven year old Maggie and eight-year-old Berkeley.
Note that now both a Museum and a zoo are closed due to pandemic coronavirus Covid-19.
This honorary delegation was accompanied by not only the keepers of the zoo, but the zoo owner Randy Westhoff and Executive Director of the Museum Julian Zugazagoitia.
While the penguins enjoyed the pictures, huge rooms and pleasant company, they were videotaped and photographed.
Later, the Museum Director noted that, according to his observations, animals are more like painting by the Italian Baroque artist Caravaggio, than the French impressionist Claude Monet. The penguins themselves seem to be satisfied.
We offer you to look like penguins walking around the Museum:
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