LEGOLAND is bringing us a different type of shark tale during lockdown.
If you're still looking for something a little bit different to keep the kids entertained and learning whilst schools are out, then this may be one of the most unique experiences yet.
LEGOLAND is live streaming it's resident sharks on Facebook this afternoon.
The popular Windsor resort, home to the Deep Sea Adventure attraction, has invited the public on a virtual adventure as it offers the chance to take a deep dive into learning about marine life.
Shared in a post across official social media platforms, LEGOLAND said: "Our aquarist James will be feeding our resident sharks live."
"Learn more about the amazing marine life found at the Deep Sea Adventure in the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort".
Sharks probably aren't the first thing that spring to mind when you think of LEGOLAND, but the LEGO City Deep Sea Adventure attraction is designed to let you "discover a lost underwater city".
"Boarding a LEGO submarine, you and your team have been signed up as the latest recruits to dive down to the depths and find out what lies beneath the surface".
Usually, guests of the resort can purchase shark feeding experiences, during which they are taught how to target feed the sharks and take part in a Q&A with the aquartists, but the experience has been adapted slightly for live streaming.
Tune into the LEGOLAND Facebook page today at 2pm to see the sharks live in action.
As of Friday 20th March, LEGOLAND has been closed to the public amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The resort officially confirmed the temporary closure online stating that it was a "very difficult decision to close the LEGOLAND Windsor theme park and Resort Hotels", but "the health and wellbeing of our employees and guests is always our priority and we believe that this is the right decision to continue to protect everyone".