What can be more adorable than seeing about 3000 little penguins emerge from Bass Strait, waddling up the beach to return to their burrows? It is one of Australia’s most popular wildlife attractions. And as this year is full of changes and surprises, Live Penguin TV is also making it possible for all of us to witness this spectacular sight from the comfort and safety of our homes.
Beginning from 25 August 2020, Phillip Islands much loved penguin parade will be live streamed every night, so that no one missies this picturesque view due to the current restrictions on travelling. The live stream will continue even after the current situation.
And the best part, the live stream will be accompanied with expert live commentary by the Phillip Island Nature Parks’ rangers. They are also planning to provide commentary in various languages to cater to the parade’s huge overseas audience.
The idea to live streaming the parade occurred after the BBC commentator Andrew Cottar showed a video of Phillip Islands penguins and it received over 10 million views, said Phillip Island Nature Parks Chief Executive Catherine Basterfield.
The launce of Live Penguin TV coincides with the annual breeding season, with hudreds of cute fluffy penguin chicks stating to scurry through the beach and filling up the burrows.
“The Little Penguins have missed having the crowds watching them every night, so I’m sure they will put on a good show for the cameras.’’ The Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio commented.
Click the links below to watch the show from 6pm tomorrow:
Set your timer and get ready for an overload of cuteness!
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