New Zealanders are coming up with alternative protective gear to get out and about in times of pandemic.
A shopper at the New World in Warkworth, north of Auckland, this morning spotted a dinosaur roaming around the vegetable aisle.
"There was a huge amount of interest gathering around him both outside and inside the supermarket," a witness told the Herald.
Meanwhile, in Gisborne, a pink unicorn was spotted getting some groceries at the local Pak'nSave.
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The unicorn was clearly answering the call from supermarkets to "shop normal" and carried a basket with only some essential items.
This isn't the first time extinct and mythical creatures have been spotted out and about since the lockdown began in New Zealand last week.
A dinosaur made headlines after it was spotted roaming the streets in Napier just hours after the alert level 4 lockdown came into force.
Two weeks ago, a man in Spain breached strict quarantine by putting out the rubbish dressed as a Tyrannosaurus rex.
The man, who was warned by police, shuffled on to the street in Vistabella in the Murcia region to drop a bag of rubbish in the bin - and was promptly stopped by the officers.