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Getting Reclusive Eels to Stick their Necks Out


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Being closed now for a few months, aquariums and zoos have a unique issue. Over the course of time, many captive animals have become sensitized to humans, doing what we do…..making noise, funny gestures and funny faces. However with all the people being gone some animals have again from wary of people. When keepers attempt to check on garden eels at the Sumida Aquarium in Tokyo, Japan the reclusive eels hide in the sand. So the staff has found a creative way to re-connect eels with humans.

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