On Dec. 19, a diver donned a Santa suit and went swimming with the fishes to spread some holiday cheer at the Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans.
It made us wonder, what would it look like if Old St. Nick swapped his reindeer for whales, sharks, sea turtles and more? Turns out, this is not such an odd question after all. Santa’s been busy swimming with the fish and other underwater creatures all over the world!
Here, he takes in the incredible sight of a giant sunfish (or mola) at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium in Yokohama, a suburb of Tokyo, Japan.
All together now, “I saw a stingray kissing Santa Claus…” (at uShaka Sea World, in Durban, South Africa).
A diver in a Santa Claus costume swims with a school of fish and a large sea turtle —is that you, Crush?! — at the Coex Aquarium in Seoul, South Korea.
Can baby belugas swim to the North Pole? Luckily this one didn’t have to: The petite white whale got a treat from Santa at the Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium outside Tokyo.
Santa … Jaws?! Two divers in Santa Claus suits feed sharks inside a giant aquarium at a sea life amusement park in Jakarta, Indonesia.
We never knew stingrays were such talented synchronized swimmers! These lady divers wearing Santa dresses perform amongst (and alongside) the creatures at the Coex Aquarium in Seoul.
Santa and Mrs. Claus make kissy fish faces inside an aquarium at South Africa’s largest marine theme park, uShaka Sea World, in Durban.
Do you think sharks prefer Christmas cookies, fruitcake or gingerbread men? Here, a Santa diver feeds a shark at the Manly Sea Life Sanctuary in Sydney, Australia.
We’re not sure if these kids visiting the Lotte World Aquarium in Seoul are more impressed by Santa, or his stingray helpers’ funny faces.
Does Santa also know whether all the sardines in Seoul’s Coex Aquarium are naughty or nice?
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