BUDAPEST (Reuters) – As if delivering presents to all of the world’s 2 billion kids whereas accountable for 9 reindeer and a flying automobile, squeezing down chimneys and coming into strangers’ homes weren’t sufficient, Santa Claus has to take care of a brand new danger – feeding sharks.
The Tropicarium Aquarium in Budapest ready a festive shock for its seven sharks and different fish, sending divers dressed as Santa into the 1.four million liter aquarium to arrange a Christmas tree, which they embellished with shells.
Biologist and diver David Derbak mentioned the sharks loved Santa Day, displaying loads of curiosity within the divers’ brightly coloured clothes.
“They are interested in our hats and clothes, and are surprised because it is not every day they see people dressed like this going down to them,” he mentioned.
Dec. 6 is the feast day of St Nicholas, whose story is the muse for Santa Claus. Countries throughout Europe mark the day when small presents are given to kids.
Reporting by Reuters Television, Editing by Louise Heavens