GEORGIA — A group of five kittens were given the opportunity to dive deep under the water without getting their paws wet.
The Georgia Aquarium hosted the bunch from the Atlanta Humane Society and posted a video of the kittens to their Facebook page.
The five felines, who are not available for adoption, explored the Tropical Diver gallery and encountered fish, jellies, and a few divers.
The aquarium is closed to the public during the coronavirus pandemic.
In March, the aquarium hosted two puppies and they also explored the various exhibits, even taking a nap while watching the fish swim by. That video captured a lot of attention on social media which prompted the kitten visit.
The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta is the largest aquarium in the in the western hemisphere, and provides web cams of various exhibits on their website. For those interested in what the aquarium has to offer, click here.