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Blue and Yellow

From a visit to Copenhagen’s National Aquarium. Saw the puffer guineafowl, a poor swimmer that is often captured by predators. It can, however, ingest water and expand to multiple times its normal size when attacked. And the curious sea otters I was stocked to see. Mojoe, Agnes, Dixon, and Riggs are the four that are present at the National Aquarium. They were rescued from Alaska due to various reasons. For instance, some bystanders found Riggs abandoned in the grass. They adore the ice!

Daria Antonescu