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  • The only reason we would ever wake up this early is because we're going to The Shedd Aquarium!

    我們會這麼早起只有一個原因:我們要去 Shedd 水族館!

  • The Shedd Aquarium!

    Shedd 水族館!

  • It's probably the nicest aquarium in the Midwest, maybe America.

    這應該是中西部、或甚至美國最好的水族館

  • It's gigantic, it's awesome, it's very expansive.

    它超大、超棒,也滿貴的

  • And we're gonna get a behind-the-scenes , sneak peek look at otters, penguins, trees.

    我們要去了解幕後工作,看看水獺、企鵝,還有樹

  • - What? - Bats! - Bahaaats?

    - 什麼啦? - 蝙蝠! - 蛤?

  • My name is Michael Pratt.

    我的名字是 Michael Pratt

  • I am a trainer up at the marine mammal department, and you guys are here to experience our Trainer for a Day.

    我是海洋哺乳類部門的訓練師,你今天將體驗海洋動物訓練師的一天

  • So people can actually have this experience as well?

    所以其他人們也可以體驗嗎?

  • Absolutely, they throw on a pair of rubber boots, just like you guys got on,

    當然,他們要穿上橡膠鞋,就跟你們一樣

  • and they follow a trainer around for about four hours, and they get to experience the highlights   of what we do every day.

    跟著走大約四小時,就能大概知道我們每天都在做什麼

  • We also wanna inspire people to work towards conservation, protecting these animals out in the wild.

    我們也想激勵人們去保育、保護野生動物

  • Alright, let's do this!

    好了,我們前進吧!

  • Yeah!

    耶!

  • Let's just get right to it.

    趕快開始吧

  • So this is the marine mammal kitchen.

    這裡是海洋哺乳動物廚房

  • It's pretty much the busiest place in our department.

    應該是我們部門最忙的地方

  • And we usually hand-sort through all the food.

    我們都是手工分類所有食物

  • Right now these guys are sorting through some clam for our sea otters.

    這些人正在分類給水獺吃的蛤類

  • It's also really important for us to find sustainable seafood to feed our animals.

    找到能夠永續再生的海鮮來餵我們的動物是很重要的事

  • We go through about 800 pounds of restaurant-quality food to feed all of our animals every single day.

    我們每天餵大約 800 磅擁有餐廳品質的食物給動物吃

  • So we are gonna be sorting through this clam, you can grab a piece of clam, pull of this top part, and this is the foot, or the stomach, and this is what most of their diet is made up of.

    現在要來分類蛤類,你們可以拿一些,拔掉上半部,剩下的是腳或胃的部分,也是多數食物的來源

  • It actually costs the same amount of money to feed an adult sea otter as it does to feed an adult beluga whale.

    其實餵成年水獺和餵成年白鯨的花費是一樣的

  • Oh my god.

    我的天

  • That's quite a size difference.

    牠們體型差滿多

  • That's a 40-60 pound animal, versus a potentially close to 2,000 pound animal.

    一個 40 到 60 磅的動物對上可能將近 2000 磅的動物

  • This is how kings eat, though.

    國王也是這樣進食的

  • Yeah, the animals have poison testers.

    對啊,動物們有專門的試毒官

  • All the traitors that eat it first, just to make sure.

    讓叛徒們先吃以確保安全

  • They're just looking at us like who the hell are you losers?

    牠們就這樣看著我們,想著:「你誰啊你?」

  • Holy crap.

    我的媽呀

  • This one loves you, Jen!

    這隻喜歡你耶,Jen

  • Probably just touched poop, I don't even care.

    可能摸到大便,算了我不在乎

  • Wanna see yourself?

    想看看你自己嗎?

  • So the vocalizing, cause there's a bunch of new people out here, they want to let themselves be known.

    因為這裡有很多新的面孔,牠們用發聲的方式表示自己的存在

  • They actually used penguin vocalizations to create some of the dinosaur noises in Jurassic Park.

    其實企鵝的叫聲曾被侏儸紀公園拿去當作某些恐龍的叫聲

  • Cookie's a very important penguin here at Shedd.

    Cookie 是我們水族館重要的一隻企鵝

  • She will be turning 30 years old this year.

    她今年要滿 30 歲了

  • Cookie actually recently had cataract surgery.

    她最近剛經歷白內障手術

  • Oh my god.

    我的天

  • So do you hang out with these penguins every day?

    所以你每天都跟這些企鵝相處嗎?

  • I've been working with them for about seven and 1/2 years, so I know them really well, they know me really well, we've got a good relationship.

    我已經在這工作快 7 年半了,我很了解他們,他們也很了解我,我們關係很好

  • So one of the really important things for animals here at Shedd is environmental enrichment.

    增進環境豐富度對 Shedd 水族館的動物們來說很重要

  • Providing changes to their environment to keep them stimulated.

    為環境增加變化以刺激牠們

  • These are some environmental enrichment devices, also known as toys.

    這裡有一些增加環境豐富度的設備,也就是玩具

  • Just grab a couple of pieces of food, stick them in there.

    抓一些食物,把牠們放在裡面

  • So what we're gonna do is give these to Ellie, our youngest otter.

    接著要給 Ellie ,是我們最年輕的水獺,

  • Oh, hi!

    喔,嗨!

  • Oh my god.

    媽呀

  • You want this, Ellie?

    你想要嗎?Ellie?

  • Here you go.

    拿去吧

  • Oh, wow!

    喔!哇!

  • So it keeps their minds active, they gotta work to figure it out   , it's not just given to them.

    這讓他們保持腦筋活動,牠們得想辦法讓食物出來,而不是直接拿給牠們

  • Some of the otters it takes a little while for them to learn which way to push it, but she knows what to do.

    有些水獺要花一點時間才學會怎麼推出來,但她知道該怎麼做

  • Where do these otters come from?

    這些水獺是哪裡來的?

  • What are their stories?

    牠們的故事是什麼?

  • Here at Shedd we have five sea otters, and four of them were directly rescued from the wild.

    Shedd 水族館共有五隻水獺,其中四隻是我們直接從野外救回來的

  • They were orphaned, or somehow separated from their mother.

    牠們是孤兒,或因某些原因跟母親分離

  • So one of the nice things about working with the animals here at Shedd, is it gives us the skills that we can use to help animals out in the wild.

    在 Shedd 工作的好處是,我們可以學到救援野外動物的技能

  • This is Luna and Mari.

    這是 Luna 和 Mari

  • Oh my gosh!

  • I would just hang out here all day if I worked here.

    如果我在這裡工作的話,一定會想一直待在這裡

  • I'd be like, I'm otter girl.

    我就是喜歡水獺的女孩

  • Sea otters actually have the densest fur of any mammal, because unlike most marine mammals, they don't have a thick layer of blubber to keep them warm, so they're relying on their coat.

    海獺擁有全哺乳類動物中最濃密的毛髮,因為不像海生動物,牠們沒有厚厚的脂肪禦寒,只能倚賴毛皮

  • It's also one of the reasons that they eat so much food, too, is because their metabolism runs so fast to keep up a high body temperature.

    這也是為什麼牠們得消耗大量食物,因為牠們代謝太快,沒辦法保持體溫

  • These are some of the treats that we give the otters, it's just clam mixed up with water.

    我們會給水獺一些小點心,這是蛤類加一點水

  • We put it in some little molds and freeze it.

    放進模子裡冷凍

  • Oh, they knew, she was like, I'm here.

    喔牠們知道,你看她像在說:「我在這!」

  • Hi!

    嗨!

  • Just toss it in there, just don't get your hands too close.

    從這裡丟進去就好,不要把手放太近

  • Here you go.

    給你

  • They will start to stash them in a little pocket that they have under their forelimbs.

    牠們會藏進前肢的小口袋裡

  • They're really intelligent animals, they just have a really short attention span    .

    牠們是非常聰明的動物,只是注意力不集中

  • They get bored really easily.

    牠們容易感到無聊

  • Fair enough.

    可以理解

  • Highly intelligent, low attention span    .

    高度聰明,注意力低下

  • I'm the beluga whale, feed me and I'll do anything.

    我就是白鯨,餵我我就願意做任何事

  • It was absolutely phenomenal, it was like the coolest (bleep)ing we could've done.

    真是非凡的體驗,這是我們做過最他 X 酷的事 (消音)

  • One thing you just don't realize is how much these people love the animals that they work with.

    你無法了解這群人有多愛一起工作的動物們

  • They did tell us a lot about their conservation efforts, and how they try to use their research specifically to foster a better rescue and rehabilitation of orphaned animals or animals that are sick.

    但從對話間,還有牠們努力研究培養更完善的救援,以及照顧孤兒或是生病的動物等舉動,可以看得出來

  • I wish we got to touch the otters, but I understand that they are fragile, gentle creatures, and sometimes you just look, you don't touch.

    我真想摸摸水獺,但我知道牠們是脆弱又溫柔的生物,而且你用看的就夠了,不需要觸碰。

The only reason we would ever wake up this early is because we're going to The Shedd Aquarium!

我們會這麼早起只有一個原因:我們要去 Shedd 水族館!

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