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I don’t know what I was expecting—obviously these animals have no obligation to entertain me.
I'm tempted to message our executive editor, who is unhealthily into birds, but determine that I shouldn't for the sake of my career.
I can't exactly leave this feed open all day on my main monitor.
The screeching has stopped, and I find that depressing. I break down and message our executive editor [Mike Roberts] about the birds.
But more often than not, I was able to find one (or, sometimes, many) of the birds on camera.
Whether you need to know what mischief your furry friends are making, or just want to make sure they have enough supplies, Arlo can be there to see what happens when you're away and catch those You Tube-worthy moments on record.
The bear cam and the dozens of others available on the site have become increasingly popular in the last six years, and some would argue they’re another tool for fighting conservation apathy. Here is our scientific ranking of the best places to watch awesome animals in action: Watch here. There was nothing to see but an empty horizon—I accepted the challenge and played Where's Waldo, scouring the screen for a hint of an adorable polar bear playing in the far off distance. C) It was just sharks swimming around a tank, a bit boring. Score: 3/10 —Marie Sullivan, associate video producer Watch here. I guess that makes sense, but for some reason I was getting ready to watch a feed from Antarctica.
One thing is for certain: the bear cam is hypnotizing. After a full minute passed with no sign of said polar bear, the camera panned: There's nothing, literally nothing, going on in Wapusk National Park right now. Score: 0/10 —Ash Dumford, social media editor Watch here.
There are four puffin cameras on Seal Island, a national wildlife refuge off the coast of Maine.
Score: 5/10 —Wes Judd, assistant editor Watch here.
For instance, you expect more privacy in a bathroom or bedroom than you do in a kitchen.