A family of wild Red Foxes has raised kits in a den on the campus of the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Holderness, New Hampshire for several years.
The whelping room inside WCC’s Puppy Enrichment Center is where our future service dogs spend their first few weeks with their mother.
The Biosphere 2 Virtual Tour takes advantage of Google’s enhanced “Street View” technology which allows you to get a first-hand view of your destination using only a web browser and your mouse.
Welcome to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s Animal Cams, where you can watch cheetah cubs, naked mole-rats, lions, giant pandas, and elephants!
This live cam provides a view of the Service Dog Project’s outdoor kennel area, where future service dogs play with each other and the guests who come to visit.
These webcams provide a view of the sky conditions as well as the amount of precipitation that might be present.
When the puppies are 3-4 weeks old, they start spending part of their day and their nights inside this room with their mother where they will be introduced to new toys, textures, sounds and litter boxes.
The puppy hill cam at the Service Dog Project in Massachusetts shows an outside view of the kennels where Great Dane puppies are trained to support people with disabilities.
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.