Self-isolation Australia Zoo style: Robert Irwin feeds sister Bindi’s wedding cake on a chicken and hugs a rhino while stuck amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Australia Zoo has been temporarily closed due to the pandemic of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
And on Sunday, Robert Irwin, 16, revealed what it’s like to isolate himself in the empty conservation facility his family owns.
The successful wildlife photographer shared a series of photos and videos from the zoo.
Self-isolation Australia Zoo style: On Sunday, Robert Irwin gave sister Bindi’s wedding cake to a chicken and hugged a rhinoceros while trapped amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Self-isolation Australia Zoo style. Step 1. Graze with a Turtle ‘, was the first caption message, along with a picture of a giant tortoise.
Then he hugged his dogs, skateboarded to the African part of the zoo, and hugged a rhino in steps two to five.
For step six, he played the ukulele while jumping on a trampoline and sharing a video of himself doing backflips while continuing to play the instrument.
Downtime: Robert hugged his dogs and played the ukulele on a trampoline to pass the time
Tasty! Robert then shared part of Bindi’s wedding cake (left) with a chicken (right), and shared a video of feeding the bird
Then he shared part of Bindi’s wedding cake with a chicken and shared a clip feeding the bird.
Finally Robert watched the sunset and shared a message with his followers: “Stay safe everyone, stay in if you can, wash your hands and be nice!”
Bindi married Chandler Powell at the Australia Zoo on Wednesday – just hours after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced new restrictions on weddings following the corona virus pandemic, with only five people allowed to participate.
Cute: Bindi (right) married Chandler Powell (left) at Australia Zoo on Wednesday – just hours after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced new restrictions on weddings due to the corona virus pandemic
On Sunday, the pair announced they would sell wedding candles for $ 49.95 to raise money for running Australia Zoo while it is closed.
“We don’t have guests at Australia Zoo during these challenging times, so your online shopping support makes a huge difference,” Bindi wrote on Instagram.
Meanwhile, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to escalate in Australia.
As of Sunday evening, there were 3,980 cases of coronavirus in the country, resulting in 16 deaths.
Pandemic: As of Sunday evening, there have been 3,980 cases of coronavirus in the country, resulting in 16 deaths