Category: Marine Life

Waikiki’s Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Exhibit

Check out Waikiki Aquarium’s new exhibit! The Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Exhibit at Waikiki Aquarium features a living reef ecosystem representative of the world’s most isolated islands. A 4,000-gallon public display features masked angelfish, Thompson’s anthias, Japanese angelfish, Hawaiian morwongs, and unique live table corals. While the fish in this exhibit are abundant in Hawaii, they…
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New Zealand Live Seahorse Cam

Check out this live stream from the seahorse tank at the New Zealand Marine Studies Center. Aren’t they cute?! Fish or Horse Seahorses are fish. They live in water, breath through gills and have a swim bladder. However they do not have caudal fins and have a long snake-like tail. They also have a neck…
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Live Underwater Cam of Freshwater Puffer Fish

Freshwater puffer fish are extremely interactive and interesting fish. Although not the easiest type of fish to keep, puffers are unlike an other species you’ll find in an aquarium. These fish are gorgeous and personable and make great “water puppy” pets! Puffer Fish are adorable looking fish with a comical, chubby appearance. They are particular…
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Live Underwater View of ‘Coral City’

Here’s an amazing, live, underwater view of ‘Coral City’ in PortMiami. The Coral City Camera is an underwater camera streaming live from an urban reef in Miami, Florida in about 10 feet of water. The Coral City Camera provides a fish-eye view into the urban marine ecosystem that has developed around the human-made shorelines of…
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Live Underwater Cam in Deerfield Beach, Florida

Enjoy this live underwater stream from Deerfield Beach, located in Florida. Deerfield Pier is home to an amazing assemblage of marine fish species. Designated as a fishing pier, the pier sees heavy traffic from tourists and locals. The ocean can get very rough during storms; watch the fish swirl around on these days! Because divers…
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Live Tropical Reef Cam – Explore.org LIVECAM

Containing 350,000 gallons of water and over 1,000 animals, the tropical reef habitat is the Aquarium of the Pacific’s largest exhibit. The reef represents the famous “blue corner” off the coast of Palau, an area considered to be one of the most beautiful and diverse oceanic sites in the world. In addition to the marine…
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Tropical Reef Cam – Explore.org LIVECAM

Enjoy this tropical reef cam exhibit, modeled after the coast of Palau that houses more than 1,000 animals. Containing 350,000 gallons of water and over 1,000 animals, the tropical reef habitat is the Aquarium of the Pacific’s largest exhibit. Tropical Reef Cam The reef represents the famous “blue corner” off the coast of Palau, an…
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Beluga Boat – Explore.org LIVECAM

Check out Churchill’s beluga boat cam, which shows the curious and friendly beluga whales that spend their summers in the warm waters of the Churchill River Estuary in Manitoba, Canada. Every summer, approximately 57,000 beluga whales travel from the Arctic to the warmer waters of Manitoba’s Churchill River. The Beluga Boat and it’s amazing live…
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Sea Otters at Moss Landing – Explore.org LIVECAM

Check out this a one of a kind spot where sea otters love to hang out together to play, groom, eat, and nap every day of the year. All of this otterly adorable action takes place directly in front of the camera. Sea otters are an iconic species, representing the beauty and diversity of marine…
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Live Orcalab Base Lookout at Hanson Island – Explore.org LIVECAM

Check out the view from the headquarters of OrcaLab, a whale research lab on Hanson Island in British Columbia’s Johnstone Strait at Blackfish Sound. This live cam brings amazing, wide views of Blackney Pass. This is one of the main travel routes for the orcas, also known as killer whales, who reside in these waters…
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