If you’re someone who feels better simply by looking at cat or dog videos on the Internet, there are a whole host of live streams where you can find amazing wildlife videos to help get you through the stress of the coronavirus lockdown.
Animals are basically unaware of what’s going on right now, except for maybe your dog or cat who can’t understand why you haven’t left the house for days. Because of this, nature live streams can envelop you in that world of animal innocence and here are some great places to do so.
- Cornell Lab FeederWatch Cam at Sapsucker Woods– Bring the sound of birds chirping outside home with this feed from the Treman Bird Feeding Garden at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, New York.
- Wolong Grove Panda Cam– Who can resist watching pandas cuddle at the Shenshuping Gengda Panda Center in China.
- Kitten Rescue Cat Cam– Watch adorable kittens play, sleep and more with this livestream from Kitten Rescue Sanctuary in Los Angeles.
- Polar Bears International Cape West Cam– Check out the biggest concentrations of polar bear maternity dens on earth with the Cape Churchill Cam in Canada’s Wapusk National Park.
- Puppy Playroom at Warrior Canine Connection Cam– Come on, is there anything more adorable and relaxing than puppies?
- Monterey Bay Aquarium Jellyfish Cam– Jellyfish may be scary when you’re in the water with them, but watching this aquarium’s feed is beautiful.
- Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Cam– How can you not feel happy watching koalas?
- GRACE Gorilla Forest Corridor Cam– Here you can check out the residents of the Gorilla Rehabilitation and Conservation Education Center in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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