Although many zoos are closed to the public right now, that doesn't mean that you cannot see what animals they have to see. Take a look at what we have found with online viewing and virtual walk-throughs.
Greenville, South Carolina Giraffe Cam
EarthCam and the Greenville Zoo have teamed up to offer an exclusive look into the Masai Giraffe exhibit at the Greenville Zoo in Greenville, SC., where parents Autumn and Miles recently welcomed a new calf. Enjoy this rare opportunity to watch as the adorable family explores and interacts, and the chance to see the calf develop and discover the world around it!
Click here to virtually view these majestic animals
San Diego, California Zoo Cams
Thos zoo houses more than 3,500 animals from over 650 species and subspecies. The San Diego Zoo is a pioneer in open-air, cageless exhibits that re-create natural animal habitats. Check out some live cams of your favorite animals such as elephants, koalas, pandas and more!
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Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is offering Home Safari Facebook Lives seven days a week! “We’re bringing the Zoo to people who are stuck at home,” said Cincinnati Zoo Director Thane Maynard. “This Zoo is so important to the community and not being able to visit will create a void that we’re trying to fill. The goal with the daily live sessions is to provide fun and educational content to people who are stuck at home.”
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Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo
This 10-million litre Dubai Aquarium tank, located on the ground floor of The Dubai Mall, is the largest suspended aquarium in the world and is home to over 140 species of aquatic creatures. Explore different locations throughout this beautiful location in Dubai. There are interactive views of the Main Tank, Underwater Zoo and their Shark Week Exhibit.
Click here to virtually explore the tank
Monterey Bay Aquarium Cam in California
Known for its focus on their regional marine habitats, this aquarium was the first to exhibit a living kelp forest when opening in 1984. Their biologists have pioneered the animal husbandry of jellyfish and it was also the first to successfully care for and exhibit a great white shark. From kelp forests to jelly fish, explore live cameras of great marine environments! How can you not brighten your day by watching those cute African penguins and sea otters explore their habitat?
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Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta
This Aquarium is home to hundreds of species of thousands of animals across its seven galleries, all of which reside in over 10 million gallons of fresh and salt water. It was designed around a 6.3 million gallon whale shark exhibit, making it the only aquarium outside of Asia that houses this giant species. Check out their great live webcams of animals such as beluga whales, sea lions and puffins while they explore their habitats.
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