Welcome to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s Animal Cams, where you can watch cheetah cubs, naked mole-rats, lions, giant pandas, and elephants!
Students will choose two videos that focus on different exhibits of the Arizona Trail at the Phoenix Zoo. After observing two different animals’ students will begin to understand how animals use resources to grow and survive.
Welcome to the Ouwehand Zoo’s tundra exhibit in Rehen, Netherlands, where two polar bear cubs play under the watchful eye of their mother, Freedom, and grandmother, Huggies.
Welcome to Scandinavian Wildlife Park in Kolind, Denmark, where polar bear Siku lives with his father Nanok and uncle Nuuk.
These playful twin polar bear cubs Akiak and Sura and their mother, Freedom, and grandmother, Huggies, live at the Ouwehand Zoo in Rhenen, Netherlands, part of Polar Bears International’s network of Arctic Ambassador Centers.
This live cam overlooks the swamp at St. Augustine’s Alligator Farm Zoological Park in Florida, where native herons, egrets, roseate spoonbills, and wood storks seek the security of the swamp to roost and raise their young.
From this live camera on top of a boat house, you can see the Audubon Society’s ornithology camp at Hog Island, an idyllic habitat where more than 200 species of birds live.