'Stranger Things' Indeed: David Harbour Dances with Penguins: Watch

David Harbour, 2018
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David Harbour attends The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, Calif. 

It's gonna be a while before we get to travel back to Hawkins, Indiana, for another terrifying bike ride with the Stranger Things gang. But in the meantime the cast is keeping very busy rocking and saving the planet.

By now you might have heard about Golden Globe-nominated actor David Harbour's Monday night (Dec. 19) tweet featuring a video in which he dances with penguins. The actor promised last month that if he got 200,000 retweets that Greenpeace would send him on an expedition to the Antarctic to dance with some penguins. Well, he reached his goal in less than five hours and fans got to see Harbour do his "Hopper Dance" in the middle of a giant field of penguins as part of a Greenpeace expedition conducting scientific research and campaigning to create the largest protected area in the world in the Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary to protect penguins, seals and whales. 

Watch Harbour do his dance in Antarctica for hundreds of Gentoo penguins who definitely don't have Netflix.

And, in case you missed it, Joe Keery (better known as Steve Harrington), has been busy cooking up new tunes with his Chicago-based psychedelic rock band, Post Animal. He even takes a co-lead vocal turn on the new tune, "Ralphie," off of the group's upcoming debut (Apr. 20), When I Think of You in a Castle.

Check it out below.