Australia zookeeper dance, routine delights online viewers


Australia zookeeper dance, routine delights online viewers.

A zookeeper at Melbourne Zoo has surprised viewers of a giraffe livestream with a short dance before continuing his work.

University student Rachel Thomson, 20, was one of those viewers and quickly recorded the dance so she could show her sister.

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After glancing at the camera and looking around for onlookers, Adam, the zookeeper in the video, pulled out a rainbow fan before breaking out into dance.

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The zoo’s Giraffe Cam livestream began when social distancing and self-isolation started to become the new normal to allow people to watch the animals remotely.

Rachel said: “I thought it was hilarious, and such a great way to have a bit of fun with the livestream at the zoo.”

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“It’s great to be able to share a bit of joy and a laugh with everyone.”


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