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By Concrete Playground
March 25, 2020
By Concrete Playground
March 25, 2020

UPDATE: APRIL 1, 2020 — Wild Life Sydney Zoo has announced it'll live stream its kangaroos Dot and Dusk on Thursday, April 2 at 2pm AEDT. The below article has been updated to reflect this.


To help brighten up your newsfeed a little, Sydney's Sea Life Aquarium and Wild Life Zoo are live streaming playtime and feeding time with some of their cutest and scariest animals.

We've previously met Pig the dugong and Rocky the 365-kilogram saltwater crocodile and, next up, are penguins and quokkas.

At 11.30am AEDT on Thursday, March 26, you can watch the gentoo and king penguins slide around their icy home and gobble many fish via Sea Life Aquarium's Facebook page. You'll also have a chance to chat to their keeper Amy about all things sub-Antarctic penguin. It'll also be hosting Seahorse Week, which will kick off with a live-streaming of baby seahorses at 11.30am (AEDT) on Tuesday, March 31. To watch, head here.

On Wild Life Zoo's Facebook page you'll get to hang out with Davey the quokka at 3pm AEDT on Friday, March 27. Then, at 2pm AEDT on Thursday, April 2, you'll catch its two kangas from Kangaroo Island, Dot and Dusk, enjoy playtime with their keepers Shania and Caroline.

Thankfully, these aren't the only live-streams the zoo and aquarium are planning. Keep an eye on future cute (and maybe slightly scary) content, including possible shark feedings, penguin hangs and tropical fish tours.

Pig the Dugong


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