EarthCam is the global leader in providing webcam content, technology and services. Founded in 1996, EarthCam exists to encourage exploration, foster discovery and connect people through innovative live camera technology.
EarthCam.com, the global network of owned and operated live streaming webcams, was built as a way to transport people to interesting and unique locations around the world that may be difficult or impossible to experience in person. Providing a virtual window to the world, viewers can freely explore the globe from unparalleled vantage points, such as the torch balcony of the Statue of Liberty, which has been closed to the public since 1916. EarthCam.com derives revenue from advertising and licensing of its proprietary webcam content.
The Webby & Telly Award winning company hosts many highly trafficked tourism cams, with views of popular locations and landmarks such as Times Square, World Trade Center, Statue of Liberty, Miami Beach, Bourbon Street, Temple Bar in Dublin, CN Tower, Atlantis the Palm Dubai and Abbey Road Crossing in London.
Why not go and explore the world! See if you can watch the Meerkats in Miami Zoo, they're our favourites!
Welcome to the wild side of learning!
This packet is a supplemental resource to be used with Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s live webcams where animal fans of all ages can observe African lions, Asian elephants, giant pandas, and naked molerats. The activities in this packet are designed to engage students (grades K-5) in looking closely and thinking deeply about animal behavior and habitats. Note: animals are not always on view on cameras, so please check back if you don't see anything.
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Dublin Zoo Webcams
Watch the Dublin Zoo animals live, wherever you are.
Catch a glimpse of the giraffes, zebras and rhinos on the African Savanna, get a birds-eye view of the penguins or watch the wondrous herd of Asian elephants bathe and chomp on their lunch with our live animal cams.
San Diego Zoo Live Cams
Have a look at all the wonderful animals in San Diego Zoo here >>Click Here<<