A female Adelie penguin living at SeaWorld Orlando has been given a special article of clothing: a wetsuit tailored just for her.
The animal recently suffered a little understood condition in penguins called feather loss disorder, and it has left her unable to regulate her body temperature.
Enter a team of SeaWorld staffers, who designed the suit as a stand-in for her feathers, the facility's wardrobe department ensuring a custom fit.
First seen in African penguins in 2006, and documented elsewhere in the South Atlantic, the condition is rare and its cause still unknown. Penguins that exhibit the disorder also grow at a slower rate than those that don't.