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Recently Added Cam Site! Amazing DaveCam
From his office at NASA
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Recently Added Cam Site! Amazon River Fish Cam
Watching Amazon river fishes: Here is a glimpse into the rich and vibrant underwater life of the Amazon. When the large, serpent-like arapaimas swim past the camera, you will get a close-up look at one of the largest freshwater fish in the world. The ones you can see here range from 5 to 6 feet in length, but may reach up to 10 feet and weigh 300 pounds. Red-tailed catfish, arowanas, black pacus, and Poecilia reticulata (the smallest fish, called guppy) share this 55,000-gallon aquarium below a living tropical forest.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Backyard Cam
Watching backyard birds: Providing bird feeders and water baths is a great way to attract wildlife. Mourning Doves, Song Sparrows, American Goldfinches, Ruby-throated Hummingbirds, and Gray Catbirds are some of the birds seen visiting the Zoo bird feeder. The spaces between the animal exhibits in the Zoo are full of trees, shrubs, flowers, and grasses—all friendly for both people and local wildlife. Areas abundant with living plants help foster a natural environment where local wildlife such as chipmunks, birds, turtles, and butterflies can thrive. The terrain is landscaped with native plants, rocks, and trees that can be used by these animals for food, or shelter, or both.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Black Footed Ferret Cam
View the cute ferrets at the Smithsonian National Park Zoo's Small Mammals Exhibit.
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Recently Added Cam Site! CheetahCam 1 (Indoor)
Three female and two male cheetahs were born at the Zoo on April 14 — the Zoo's second litter of cheetahs in six months. The cubs and their mother are in good health and are bonding in an area not visible to the Zoo's visitors. See if you can spot them on the web cam.
From the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington DC

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Recently Added Cam Site! CheetahCam 2 (Indoor)
Three female and two male cheetahs were born at the Zoo on April 14 — the Zoo's second litter of cheetahs in six months. The cubs and their mother are in good health and are bonding in an area not visible to the Zoo's visitors. See if you can spot them on the web cam.
From the National Zoological Park in Washington DC.

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Recently Added Cam Site! CheetahCam 3 (Outdoor)
Two male and two female cheetahs were born at the Zoo on November 23 — the Zoo's first ever litter of cheetahs. Their mother, four other adult cheetahs, and a litter of five cubs born this past April also live at the Zoo. This camera overlooks a large yard. Look for the cubs and their mother between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Critically endangered, cheetahs are the world's fastest land mammal, able to run as fast as 60 miles per hour.
From the National Zoological Park in Washington DC.

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Recently Added Cam Site! Elephant Cam (Indoor)
Watching Asian elephants inside: The elephants stay inside over night at the Elephant House, and spend part of their day hanging out, eating, or resting inside. Everyday at 11 a.m. EST, Kandula and Shanthi enjoy a bath as keepers lather them up with soapy scrub brushes, and rinse them off with the spray of the hose. You may notice all four of the Zoo's elephants lack tusks. Asian female elephants usually don't have long tusks, and Kandula (the young male) will develop them as he matures.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Elephant Cam (Outdoor)
Outside with Asian elephants: The elephants' outdoor cam is where the elephants spend part of every day doing what elephants do. They flap their large ears, swing their trunks in the air to sense and move things, munch on hay and fresh produce, throw sand on their backs or get in the pool to keep cool in summer, interact with the other elephants, play, and participate in training sessions and get groomed by keepers. Everyday at 11 a.m. EST you can watch the elephants in a training session.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Eye on D.C.
A webcam of the mall in Washington D.C. from washingtonpost.com
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