Strangely Compelling: 8 More Animal Live Cams to Crush Your Productivity

By Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg
The salmon-hunting Alaskan bears of Katmai National Park have been distracting many of us, thanks to a live (though hardly lively) streaming video feed from Explore.org. Twitter is on fire with #bearcam hype -- who knew watching bears chilling in a river would be so mesmerizing? For the fans who liked #bearcam before it was huge, however, here are eight up-and-coming animal live cams to follow. #belugacam, anyone?
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Puffins at Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge

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Siku the Polar Bear in Denmark

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Osprey in Maine 

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Discovery's Shark Week Cam at Georgia Aquarium



Shiba Inu Puppies

 

The Kelp Forest at Monterey Bay Aquarium

 



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