Featured Image Credit: Georgia Aquarium
By Emily Persico
The Georgia Aquarium is huge – It is home to about 500 different species living in 10 million gallons of water in 0ver 60 habitats. Suitably so, entrance into the aquarium can be up to $36 which, unfortunately, is not always open to most people, especially those who don’t live in or near Atlanta.
All of this is changing, however, with the addition of webcams at the Georgia Aquarium. The public can now live stream five of the exhibits anytime (between the hours of 8 AM to 11 PM) and anywhere.
Tune in at 11 AM and watch the Asian small clawed otters get trained. Watch dive shows and feedings for the Tropical Diver Indo-Pacific Reef habitat at 10:30 AM and 3 PM. When you’re done with these, spend some time with the beluga whales and African penguins.
Not sure what you want to see? Check out the largest tank at the Georgia Aquarium, the Ocean Voyager. This 6.3 million gallon tank is brimming with thousands of creatures who are especially ready to entertain during feedings and dives at 10:30 AM, 3:00 PM and noon.
In addition to these five webcams, the Georgia Aquarium is adding two more: A Sea Lion and a Jelly webcam. While the aquarium crew gets those set up, it’s time for us to unwind. Tune into life underwater here.