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Recently Added Cam Site! Flamingo Cam
Watching a flock of flamingos: There are currently 53 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.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Gavial Cam
Underwater discovery: You have a fish-eye's view beneath the waterís surface at the Reptile Discovery Center where you may catch a glimpse of a gavial, one of the largest and most threatened crocodilian species. Sharing the gavialís habitat are flapshell turtles and tilapia, fast-swimming fish. The gavialís 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, and the gavialís diet consists of a variety of slower fish.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Giraffe Cam
Giraffes at the Smithsonian National Zoo's African Savanna Exhibit
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Recently Added Cam Site! Gorilla Cam
Gorillas at the Smithsonian National Zoo's Primate Exhibit.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Micronesian Kingfisher Cam
The National Zoo is home to hundreds of birds from all over the world. Since birds are an integral part of virtually every ecosystem, it's not surprising that birds are all over the zoo, too, as residents and visitors.
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Recently Added Cam Site! MicroTheater Cam
Live from the Invertebrate Exhibit at the Smithsonian National Zoo.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Naked Mole Rat Cam
Naked mole-what?: 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 they 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 web cam 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).
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Recently Added Cam Site! Orangutan Cam
See the orangutans at the primate exhibit at the Smithsonian National Zoo.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Panda Cam
Watching giant pandas: The panda cams provide a window into the world of two giant pandas, Mei Xiang and Tian Tian. Many visitors enjoy watching them playing, sitting upright crunching on fresh bamboo, and catching up on their sleep both indoors and out. Scientists are behind the scenes using the same images to monitor and record the pandas' behavior. These data are collected everyday, along with urine and fecal samples, giving a dedicated team of scientists a way to better understand these beloved bears.
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Recently Added Cam Site! Steve's Ant Farm
Take a look at the Ant Farm Scrapbook and the Ant Movie - a time lapse tour de force that will make your skin crawl!
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