As wildlife parks and zoos remain closed amid the coronavirus pandemic why not turn to a live stream to watch animals online while staying at home.
If you’d like to peek at a panda, look at the tigers or giggle at baby goats, we’ve selected some of the best webcams for viewing, wherever you happen to watch.
The UK’s only giant pandas live here, plus koalas, Sumatran tigers and a troop of penguins who can all be seen via the live-action cameras.
Find out what the flamingos, penguins, giraffes & lemurs are up to at the Hampshire wildlife park with webcams available for each.
Watch giraffes, zebras, and rhinos on the African Savanna, plus penguins and a herd of African elephants. You may also spot the scimitar-horned oryx, a species of antelope now extinct in the wild.
Take a look at the resident flamingos, mischievous meerkats & Sulawesi crested macaques as they go about their daily lives at the Devon-based park.
Blair Drummond Safari Park
The Scottish wildlife park is home to majestic southern white rhinos who can be viewed in their paddocks on two dedicated webcams.
Cotswold Wildlife Park
Watch the energetic meerkat mob play within their Walled Garden enclosure and penguins as they swim, take a walk and enjoy feeding time with the keepers.
The Donkey Sanctuary
View lots of adorable donkeys direct to your device 24 hours a day with a selection of barns and shelters to choose from.
A great time to watch animals down on the farm with brand new spring arrivals for the sheep and goats to keep you amused on the barn webcam.
Monterey Bay Aquarium
With ten live cams to choose from, experience the wonder of the ocean with sea otters, penguins, hypnotic jellyfish, sharks, tropical fish and more, 4pm to 4am Pacific time (11pm to 11am GMT)