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Giant Pandas webcam 2
Giant Pandas webcam 2
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Giant Pandas webcam 2
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

The panda cams provide a window into the world of the Zoo's giant pandas—two-year-old Tai Shan, his mother, Mei Xiang, and his father, Tian Tian. If you see two pandas on the cam, you're watching Mei and Tian. At Tai's first exam, he weighed a little less than two pounds. In October he weighed about 150 pounds. Picture size: 320x240.
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Black-footed Ferret webcam
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Black-footed Ferret webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Black-footed Ferret webcam: you are viewing the nest box of a black-footed ferret and her kit at the Zoo's Conservation and Research Center, one of a only a handful of breeding centers in the United States. Ferrets in the wild are nocturnal, spending their days sleeping in underground burrows in the grasslands of the Great Plains. Picture size: 320x240.
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Giant Pandas webcam
Giant Pandas webcam
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Giant Pandas webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Giant Pandas webcam: to allow more people to view the cam, sessions are limited to 15 minutes. If you are unable to connect, please try again later. Picture size: 320x240.
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Microscope cam
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Microscope cam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Microscope cam: a tremendous array of organisms is too small to be seen with the naked eye. This microscope cam offers an up-close glimpse of such little-known life forms as paramecia, rotifers, amoebas, and volvox (green algae). This cam is online from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Eastern Standard Time everyday. Picture size: 320x240.
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Flamingo cam
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Flamingo cam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Flamingo cam: there are dozens of birds in the National Zoo's flamingo flock, some of which have been living at the Zoo since 1965! You may notice smaller, gray birds among the adult flamingos, these are flamingo chicks which hatched in the spring. Flamingos turn pink as a result of brine-shrimp in their diet, and chicks develop pink feathers between one and two years of age. Picture size: 320x240.
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Naked Mole-Rat webcam
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Naked Mole-Rat webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Naked Mole-Rat webcam. Despite the fact that they burrow underground like moles, and have rat-like tails, naked mole-rats are more closely related to porcupines, chinchillas, and guinea pigs than to moles or rats. This naked mole-rat colony lives at the Small Mammal House, where the mole-rats occupy a labyrinth of transparent tubes that mimics the underground tunnels and burrows in Africa where they live in total darkness virtually all their lives. The webcam is focused on an intersection of two tunnels where there is often mole-rat traffic. What is most fascinating about mole-rats is that they're the only known mammals to live in large colonies presided over by a queen (like ants and termites). Picture size: 320x240.
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Fishing Cat webcam
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Fishing Cat webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Fishing Cat webcam: two fishing cats live on Asia Trail. These short-tailed cats are about twice the size of the average housecat. They attract fish by lighting tapping the water's surface with a paw, mimicking insect movements. Then, they dive into the water to catch the fish. Picture size: 320x240.
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Gharial webcam
Gharial webcam
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Gharial webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Gharial webcam: you have a fish-eye's view beneath the water’s surface at the Reptile Discovery Center, where you may catch a glimpse of a gharial, one of the largest and most threatened crocodilian species. Sharing the gharial’s habitat are flapshell turtles and tilapia, fast-swimming fish. The gharial’s elongated jaws are lined with many interlocking, razor-sharp teeth that help it catch and eat fish, however, the tilapia are usually too fast to make a reliable meal, so the gharial’s diet consists of a variety of slower fish. Picture size: 320x240.
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Tiger Webcam
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Tiger Webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Tiger Webcam: two adult sumatran tigers and three cubs live at the National Zoo—female Soyono, male Rokan, and their cubs, born in May 2006. You may see the cats walking about, occasionally pausing to scent-mark territory, just like they would in the wild. A litter of three tiger cubs goes outside every morning. Picture size: 320x240.
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Gorilla webcam
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Gorilla webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Gorilla webcam: the Zoo is home to six western lowland gorillas, three adult females and three males. Two of the males are juveniles who were born here at the Zoo—Kojo, who was born in November 2001, and Kwame, who was born in November 1999. The third male, Baraka, is an adult who was born here in in 1992. Gorillas are the world's largest primates and, after chimpanzees, our closest relatives. Picture size: 320x240.
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Sloth Bear Webcam 1b
Sloth Bear Webcam 1b
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Sloth Bear Webcam 1b
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Three sloth bears live at the Zoo. A mother and her male cub, born in January 2006, live together, and the cub’s father lives alone. You may see the bears climbing, foraging for insects, or sleeping. Native to India, Sri Lanka, and southern Nepal, sloth bears are the only bears to carry young on their backs. Picture size: 320x240.
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Sloth Bear Webcam
Sloth Bear Webcam
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Sloth Bear Webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Three sloth bears live at the Zoo. A mother and her male cub, born in January 2006, live together, and the cub’s father lives alone. You may see the bears climbing, foraging for insects, or sleeping. Native to India, Sri Lanka, and southern Nepal, sloth bears are the only bears to carry young on their backs. Picture size: 320x240.
Webcam category: animals. Details »
 
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Clouded Leopard webcam
Clouded Leopard webcam
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Clouded Leopard webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Clouded Leopard webcam: two clouded leopards live on Asia Trail. You may see them leaping from limb to limb and napping on sturdy branches. Relative to body size, clouded leopards' long canines are the largest of all living cats'. Picture size: 320x240.
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Asian Small-clawed Otter webam
Asian Small-clawed Otter webam
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Asian Small-clawed Otter webam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Asian Small-clawed Otter webam. Watching Asian small-clawed otters: six male otters live on Asia Trail. If you see one, you'll likely see the others. Small-clawed otters, the smallest of the world's 13 otter species, live in family groups and play often. Picture size: 320x240.
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Kiwi webcam
Kiwi webcam
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Kiwi webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Kiwi webcam: this camera looks into the nest box of a North Island brown kiwi, which hatched at the Zoo on March 7, 2008. This is just the second chick to hatch here since 1975—the first time a kiwi hatched outside of New Zealand. Since kiwis are nocturnal, the best time to view the chick exploring and foraging in its box will be in the evening. Picture size: 320x240.
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Octopus Webcam
Octopus Webcam
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Octopus Webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 23:03

Octopus Webcam: octopuses are actually mollusks, a group including snails and clams, which is a far cry from giant monsters dragging sailors to their doom. As alien as the giant octopus may look to us, they are harmless creatures, both shy and reclusive. Some of their most fascinating adaptations tend to be defensive in nature, designed to keep them out of trouble and off a predator's menu. They can instantaneously alter their color and texture, a useful trait for remaining unseen by both predators and prey. Watch our octopus fed each day at about 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Picture size: 320x240.
Webcam category: animals, aquariums. Details »
 
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Orangutan Webcam
Orangutan Webcam
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Orangutan Webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Orangutan Webcam: six orangutans live at the Zoo. They can travel between the Great Ape House and Think Tank along the Orangutan Transport System (O Line), a series of towers and cables, 35 to 40 feet above ground. You may see them swinging on the ropes and making nests of hay to rest on. Picture size: 320x240.
Webcam category: animals. Details »
 
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Sloth Bear Webcam 2a
Sloth Bear Webcam 2a
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Sloth Bear Webcam 2a
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Three sloth bears live at the Zoo. A mother and her male cub, born in January 2006, live together, and the cub’s father lives alone. You may see the bears climbing, foraging for insects, or sleeping. Native to India, Sri Lanka, and southern Nepal, sloth bears are the only bears to carry young on their backs. Picture size: 320x240.
Webcam category: animals. Details »
 
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Lion webcam
Lion webcam
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Lion webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Lion webcam: the Zoo is home to three female lions, Lusaka, Shera, and Nababiep, and one male lion, Luke. Tigers are lions' closest relatives. Without their coats, lion and tiger bodies are so similar that only experts can tell them apart. Picture size: 320x240.
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Cheetah webcam
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Cheetah webcam
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Cheetah webcam: the Zoo is home to three cheetahs, two adults females and one adult male. Cheetahs are the world's fastest land mammal, able to run as fast as 60 miles per hour. These cats are critically endangered. Picture size: 320x240.
Webcam category: animals. Details »
 
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Sloth Bear Webcam 1a
Sloth Bear Webcam 1a
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Sloth Bear Webcam 1a
Washington, United States
Local time: 02:03

Three sloth bears live at the Zoo. A mother and her male cub, born in January 2006, live together, and the cub’s father lives alone. You may see the bears climbing, foraging for insects, or sleeping. Native to India, Sri Lanka, and southern Nepal, sloth bears are the only bears to carry young on their backs. Picture size: 320x240.
Webcam category: animals. Details »
 

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