Stressed & Overwhelmed with Virus News; Here are Dozens of Animal Webcams You Can Watch Right Now
Everyone is going to need a lot of breaks from the coronavirus news before this thing is over. So, if you are looking for some stress relief, you might consider animal webcams as therapy. And, the place to find them is Explore.org's live webcams page. Their live-streams include Polar bears, puppies, bald eagles, fish, kittens, elephants, farm animals, pandas, and many more. You can easy switch from one camera to another, until you find something that really interests you.
Some of the sites allow you to adjust the camera to get a better view, but often you have to a have a bit of patience before something real cool happens. I have been stuck on the Tembe Elephant Park camera from South Africa all morning watching a giraffe frolic about near a watering hole. Well, actually, it has been doing a lot more chewing than frolicking, and several birds have been perched on its back for the last hour, but it's fascinating, nonetheless. I'm still waiting for an elephant to make an appearance.
After an hour or so of visiting with your favorite animals, you just might find yourself smiling...and a lot less stressed.
By: Don Lam & Curated Content