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Science and Nature WebCams - 22 Webcams

Here is a pick of some of the best science webcams on the net. We add new ones regularly so check back. If you have a recommendation for this page e-mail us at news@firstscience.com. 
 
Captive Biologists



Mousseau Lab Cam

Watch these captive biologists as they go about their work!

 

Butterfly Cam
Watch the Butterflys at the American Museum of Natural History
 

 
otters


Elephant and Gorilla Cams

Elephant and Gorilla Webcams at Howletts Zoo.

 

Panama Canal Cam
Watch one of the great engineering wonders, the Panama Canal.

 


Earth Cam

View an image of the Earth from many different angles.

 

Cooler Cam
Watch humans interact around their watering hole!

 
otters

OtterCam
Watch these otters as they sleep and play.

Panda

PandaCam
Watch Hua Mei the baby panda and her mother.

 
NASA

NASA Cams
Flex your webcam muscles at NASA!

Ant Webcam

AntCast
Watch the leafcutter ants in the Natural History Museum, London.

 
Nessie!

Loch Ness Cam
Scan the surface of Loch Ness in search of the elusive Nessie!

Mount Etna

VolcanoCam
Watch Mount Etna
live from Sicily.

Cloud Forest

Cloud Forest
Check out the humming bird cam and the quetzal at Cloud Forest.

Jelly Cam

JellyCam
See the Oregon Moon Jelly in the Aquarium at Oregon Coast.

South Pole

South Pole Cam
Check out this webcam taken within a few 100 metres of the Exact South Pole!
 

Bee Webcam

Bee Webcam
Great close-up shots of a bee colony. Or here for inside a hive

SharkCam

SharkCam
Watch the sharks in theWaikiki Aquarium, Hawaii. This is best in daylight hours (about 17.00 to 5.00 GMT).


NOAA

WeatherCams
Check out the weather from NOAA's weather satellites. We recommend the Meteosat, GMS and Indoex. Best on IR.
 

SOHO

SOHOCam
Look at live footage of the sun from SOHO(The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory), both images and video.

TurtleCam

Turtle Farm
Watch these turtles as they move from the hatchery to their release back into the wild.

   
 
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