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Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo

Over the coming weeks Taronga will be bringing its two beautiful zoos directly into your living room! We’ve set up 24/7 live-streaming cameras at Taronga Zoo Sydney so you can enjoy your favourite animals at any time of day. Go and check out the otter-ly adorable otter family or see what mischief the cheeky Asian elephant calf, Jai Dee, is causing in the herd. Spend some time with the Sumatran Tigers. The cubs are especially playful, you might catch them chasing, playing, lounging by the water or jumping on the Jeep. Maybe you might want to sit back, relax and take in the serenity of the crystal blue waters in the Greater Southern Oceans precinct, watching the seals playfully glide and swim past. Tune in daily to see your favourite animals, meet our friendly keepers and learn what goes on behind the scenes at Taronga while our zoos are temporarily closed.

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Melbourne Zoo

Melbourne Zoo

The Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens is commonly known as the Melbourne Zoo. It is the primary zoo serving Melbourne. The zoo contains more than 320 animal species from Australia and around the world. We're bringing the zoo to you with 24/7 animal live feeds and updates to watch at home for children of all ages. We’ve set up live stream animal cameras and the keepers have recorded their talks so you can bring the zoo to life from anywhere. The penguins, zebras, lions, giraffes, parrots, koalas, tree-kangaroos and echidnas have been joining us live, you may also see the little snow leopard cubs. Can’t see the animals on the streams? That’s because the animals live in areas that are much bigger than what a camera can capture. Check back in later to spot them or see what you missed over the last few hours by clicking on the red line underneath each video.

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Monterey Bay Aquarium

Monterey Bay Aquarium

Be delighted by the antics of our sea otters or mellow out to the hypnotic drifting of our jellies. With ten live cams to choose from, you can experience the wonder of the ocean no matter where you are. There is also a section where children can have fun and learn about ocean animals and their homes with free online and printable games and activities. Learn about plastic pollution and how it is affecting the wildlife or how sustainable fishing and farming practices can meet the growing demand for seafood today while preserving our ocean resources for tomorrow.

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The San Diego Zoo

The San Diego Zoo

The San Diego Zoo in Balboa Park, San Diego, California, houses more than 3,500 animals of more than 650 species and subspecies. The Zoo was a pioneer in the concept of open-air, cage less exhibits that re-create natural animal habitats. It is one of the few zoos in the world that housed and successfully bred the giant panda. Although the pandas have recently gone home to China, you can enjoy watching the archived footage of Bai Yun and Xiao Liwu recorded from January through April 2019. Children will enjoy watching the live cams and learning about baboons, penguins, apes, polar bears, tiger’s, owls, condors, butterflies, elephants, giraffes and koalas.

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Smithsonian National Zoo

Smithsonian National Zoo

The Smithsonian’s National Zoo is one of Washington D.C.’s, and the Smithsonian’s, most popular tourist destinations, with more than 2 million visitors from all over the world each year. The Zoo instills a lifelong commitment to conservation through engaging experiences with animals and the people working to save them. Founded in 1889, the Zoo is part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest museum and research complex. Today, the Zoo sits on 163 acres in the heart of Washington, D.C.’s Rock Creek Park and is home to 2,700 animals representing more than 390 species.

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Smithsonian Ocean

Smithsonian Ocean

Lessons were developed by ocean science and education organizations like NOAA, COSEE, and NMEA to help you bring the ocean to your classroom. The Smithsonian Ocean Portal is an educational website created by the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. The website features original content from the museum's research, collections, and Sant Ocean Hall as well as content provided by a number of collaborating organizations.

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