Watch in real time through 9 sites we have chosen for you, wild and cute animals from online webcams.
The Internet is making the world smaller. It allows you to be in another place while sitting in front of your computer. In its many possibilities it gives you the opportunity to observe wild animals, to see how they live, how they behave and all this in real time. At the following sites that offer you camera footage, you will find both pets and wildlife that you just can not resist watching.
Explore.org offers a huge variety of animal cameras. You can watch everything from gorillas, eagles, kittens, pandas, bats, and even bees. The homepage features a large collection of these live webcams. Just click on any of the thumbnails to start viewing.
If you are looking for something more specific, you can use the easy-to-use menu at the top of the page. This allows you to classify animals by the environment in which they live, as well as by their species.
In case you do not see what you are looking for on the home page, you can probably find it by browsing one of these categories. Whether you choose to view online webcams with animals in the wild, or view a zoo exhibit, you will definitely be stuck for hours.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium offers high-quality videos of most of the creatures it exhibits, including jellyfish, penguins, sharks and a variety of fish. See the otters that are definitely the cutest.
Also worth a look at their one million gallon aquarium open tank. Note that these cameras only work at certain times. All of these cameras start broadcasting at 10 a.m. PST (8:00 pm Greek time), but closing times are different.
The International Wolf Center hosts various types of majestic wolves. Currently, the center's exhibit package consists of a northwestern gray wolf, a Great Plains gray wolf and two Arctic gray wolves.
Scroll down the page and you will see two more online videos. Both are from the Retired Pack, which today exposes a wolf.
Who does not love little kids? The cameras you will watch are located at Goat Milk Stuff, an Indiana farm that raises goats and sells dairy products.
The site has two live webcams: one showing the goats' pasture and one showing the inside of the sheepfold. Tune in at the right time and watch the little ones jump and play.
This is an aquarium in Georgia, Atlanta, USA. Take a look at African penguins, jellyfish, piranhas, otters and alligators. The sea lion is also very interesting to watch.
The Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington DC offers several amazing wildlife-themed webcams. Here, you can see live shots of moles, beautiful lions, always beautiful, cheetahs and even elephants. Especially the cheetah, in April, when we were writing this article, had given birth and was taking care of her 4 little ones.
Like Explore.org, EarthCam is a website for online cameras. EarthCam has many online shots from zoos around the world.
Some of these webcams will redirect you to the zoo website, while others are hosted only by EarthCam. For any webcams on the EarthCam website, you need to watch a short ad before you can start viewing.
8. Kansas Zoo
Kansas Zoo is another great source for animal cameras. You can take a look at royal penguins, simple penguins, polar bears, giraffes, otters and orangutans.
For the second year, the website filoiko has set up a camera in front of a stork nest in Filippiada, Greece, which broadcasts live 24 hours a day. You will see activity from the beginning of March, where the storks arrive in Greece until the beginning of August, where they leave further south for the coming winter.
The page offers information about the life of storks, and a record of the activity of this pair (when did they come, when did they lay the first egg, when did they hatch, etc.)
These online webcams with animals will not only satisfy your curiosity, but will also lift your spirits. You will always be happy to see little kids and otters and other animals on your screen in real time.