Got a case of the Monday blues? Maybe a ticklish platypus will cheer you up.
Watch the playful creature enjoy a little physical affection — and a hand-feeding — at Healesville Sanctuary in Victoria, Australia, below.
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If you, too, want a platypus to eat out of your hand, Healesville Sanctuary is the only place to visit. And no, females like the one in the video aren't dangerous to friendly visitors. Only the males have venomous spurs.
"There is only one place you can do this in the world and that's at Healesville Sanctuary," wrote the uploader.
According to the sanctuary's official site, "Healesville Sanctuary is internationally renowned for its role in Platypus care and research and was the first in the world to breed this unique creature in captivity. Meeting the Platypuses at Healesville Sanctuary is an important way to connect with the animals of Australia, and to learn about the Zoo’s conservation programs, especially those aimed at conserving threatened native species."