The Virginia Living Museum is now offering personalized video messages from live animals.
Each video is anywhere from 30 to 60 seconds long and costs as little as $10. Order a video online here.
“Anyone can order a video message for themselves or to send to someone else for a special occasion,” according to the museum’s news release. “Perhaps a socially distant friend, family or colleague will love a personal message delivered by the Virginia Living Museum and a live animal.”
The available animals include a horseshoe crab, turtle, salamander and alligator. See a full list of animals and their video message prices here.
Each video is also available within five minutes via email and you can also buy a VLM zoom background.
For more information or to place an order, visit the Virginia Living Museum’s website.
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