Like many other attractions around the world, the Cincinnati Zoo has shut its doors to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
But unlike many of those other attractions, the zoo has a crew of extremely cute residents ready to livestream your work-from-home boredom away.
Fiona, the two-year-old hippo who became a worldwide celebrity when she was born at a record-breaking low weight of 29 pounds and managed to survive against the odds, will kick off a series of "Home Safari" livestreams from the Ohio zoo.
"Let us help make your children's hiatus from school fun and educational," reads a note from the zoo on Facebook. "Join us for a Home Safari Facebook Live each weekday at 3 pm (Eastern Time) where we will highlight one of our amazing animals and include an activity you can do from home."
The inaugural Fiona-centric Home Safari will take place today, March 16.
While the full schedule isn't out there yet, odds are good that other animals to star in future Home Safaris will be Kris the cheetah, Lenore the red panda and manatees Pippin and Truffleshuffle, all of whivh make regular appearances on the zoo's Instagram account.
The Cincinnati Zoo isn't the only animal center that is going online during coronavirus lockdown.