These animals have become the butt of the joke. Quite literally.
If you’ve ever wondered what a penguin’s or tiger’s behind smells like, you can now find out.
At the átoa aquarium in Kobe, Japan, there is a wildlife exhibit where you can smell the behinds of animals.
On the walls of the show are pictures of animal butts in glass frames with small holes that people can stick their noses through to get a whiff.
It is said that each frame is sprayed with carefully made fake scents that smell like an animal’s bum.
A video of two people smelling the anuses of different animals has recently gone popular.
@newsy.flash Smell animal’s anuses, a butt sniffing exhibit. The Atoa Aquarium in Japan has synthetically recreated the smell of different animal’s anuses and let brave visitors take a whiff. #shorts #crazy #weird #news #worldnews #museum ♬ original sound – Newsy Flash
Gabriella, one of the guests and the person who first posted the video, can be seen in the video pulling back in disgust and laughing after sniffing a tiger’s butt.
She wrote that the penguin’s behind wasn’t too bad and even smelled a little bit sweet. On the other hand, the tiger…
Under the Gallery part of átoa’s website, it says that the exhibit is a “space to experience with all your senses”
“The art in each of the frames (digital art, light and shadow, smells, and sounds) will excite your senses,” the description says.
Gabriella wrote that there is no charge for the show. But it takes JPY2,400 (RM79) to get into the aquarium.