Staying at home: Visit a zoo or wildlife park

        
Staying at home: Visit a zoo or wildlife park

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While we are all staying at home and missing days out lots of zoos and wildlife parks all over the world have set up live feeds of their animals and virtual tours on their websites so you can check up on their inhabitants.

Cotswold Wildlife Park - web cams to watch the penguins or meerkats

Dudley Zoo - Watch Sumatran Tigers or group of Humboldt Penguins in Penguin Bay!

Elephants at Tembe Wildlife Park, Africa

Longleat Safari Park - Virtual Safari 

Chester Zoo - all-day live virtual tours featuring the kids' favourite animals, so they can enjoy a whole day of animal antics from the comfort of your sofa. Check out the red pandas, Rothschild's giraffes, Asian elephants, and butterflies, before catching up with sun bears, the Sumatran tigers, the Humboldt penguins and the aquarium.

Edinburgh Zoo – web cams to watch rockhopper penguins, koalas, tigers and pandas

Dublin Zoo – live web cams to view penguins, elephants, rhinos, giraffes, ostrich and zebras

Marwell Zoo - Take a look at the web cam footage of the aquarium, flamingos, penguins, lemurs and giraffes.

Folly Farm, Pembrokeshire - if farm animals are more your cup of tea, visit the barn cam at Folly Farm, Pembrokeshire.

Monterey Bay Aquarium – Ten live web cams from sharks and sea otters to jelly fish

San Diego Zoo - From the live Baboon Cam to Polar Bear Cams, the San Diego Zoo has something for everyone with e43989c2e8798a95bebf0ee443ebbb53.jpga passion for wildlife. Pre-recorded videos of the animals alongside extensive craft tutorials, downloadable colouring sheets and recipes. 

Georgia Aquarium - This zoo cam lets you dive down and watch Beluga whales swim around, they almost look as though they’re smiling! 

Nicola Maile

Nicola Maile

Local Mum of two boys and editor of Raring2go! in Solihull and South Warwickshire.





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