Izu Shaboten Zoo in Shizuoka, Japan, has a novel way of enforcing social distancing guidelines in their restaurants – it uses fluffy capybara plushies.
Japan is out of its state of emergency, but social distancing is still in place in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and while this means venues can re-open, it does pose some challenges.
Forest Animal Restaurant Gibbontei have come up with perhaps the best solution, by placing capybara plushies in the seats to help guests figure out where they should sit to abide by social distancing guidelines. To make things even better, you can also order a Capyburger, to really get into the whole thing.
Capybara social distancing is also used in the rest of the zoo, a sign displays that you should stand 2 capybara away from anybody else.
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