An aquarium in Japan said that eels began to forget what humans look like, as they were closed to visitors because of the coronavirus outbreak. The aquarium therefore invited people to video conferencing with eels.
The new deadly coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19), which has spread to the world after the appearance of the Wuhan city of the People’s Republic of China and has killed 238,787 people, has some unexpected consequences. An aquarium, now closed in Japan, has invited its former visitors to talk to eels.
Sumida Aquarium in Tokyo has announced that the eels in the aquarium, which have been closed since early March, have begun to forget what humans look like. It is stated that the species called garden eel has only been dealing with aquarium keepers since the beginning of March and when they saw these guards, they perceived people as a threat and started to put sand in their heads. […]