16 Animal Cams To Visit This Summer

Do You Live Near A Zoo?

Sometimes it is not always possible to visit a zoo and see the animals. We don’t even live near a zoo, although we do have a few fun places near us (like: Undersea Gardens, Ocean Discovery, and Butterfly Gardens) that the kids enjoy on occasion.

I thought since we can’t go to the zoo, we can visit a few animal cams and watch the animals at our leisure. Pull up a chair and enjoy the animal cams with us.

  1. Panda Cam and Panda Cam
  2. Polar Cam
  3. Elephant Cam
  4. Ape Cam
  5. Condor Cam
  6. Ant Cam
  7. Bee Cam
  8. Naked Mole Rat Cam
  9. Aquari Cam
  10. Giraffe Cam
  11. Amazon River Cam
  12. Cheetah Cam
  13. Clouded Leopard Cam
  14. Ferret Cam
  15. Fishing Cats Cam
  16. Asian Small Clawed Otter Cam

It’s Your Turn

Have you been to the zoo recently?
Do you know of any other animal cams that would be fun for us to visit?

2 replies
  1. Nancy, aka Mrs A
    Nancy, aka Mrs A says:

    Thanks for sharing! We have a zoo about 45 minutes away. We haven’t been in a while. A lot is geared toward younger munchkins :) I want to visit the big city (SF) one ..it’s larger… thanks for the ideas!!! I love your blog!

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  2. Damian Spaulding
    Damian Spaulding says:

    Funny, my wife and I found a little zoo a couple of years ago in the middle of seemingly nowhere… And it was amazing! The Giraffes would literally come up to you and eat out of your hands! Standard metropolitan zoos were half as experiential. I now tell all of my friends to go there. So yes sometimes there are diamonds in the rough that often go unnoticed.

    If you care to know, this is their little website:
    http://www.elmvalejunglezoo.com/

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