Explore.org is the world's leading philanthropic live nature cam network. For free, anyone can drop into different habitats around the world and observe an amazing number of different animals - from rescued cats to Bald Eagles, Brown Bears to goats, and Puffins to Beluga Whales. All Live Cams are available in high definition and most are live 24 hours a day. Below each cam is a map showing where the stream is coming from and some information about the animals that are featured.
Use these Live Cams to give students an opportunity to actually observe and take notes on the animals they are writing reports about. Starting a new science unit on underwater ecosystems and can't make it to an aquarium? Spend a few minutes each day observing the shark, whale, and fish channels. Or, just put up a different stream when you aren't using your projector. Think of it as a screensaver that reminds kids that, outside of your classroom, there is a big world out there filled with all kinds of ecosystems and animals.
Check out all of Explore.org's Live Cams for free at: explore.org/livecams
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