Self-isolation is no excuse to miss out on all your furry friends. Even though Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park Zoo is closed, they're still bringing you your favourite animals. You can watch polar bears live along with other adorable animals every week.\nAlthough their doors are closed to visitors, this zoo is far from shutting down and hibernating. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1 p.m., they're running educational live streams of certain animals in their exhibits.\nSimply tune into their Facebook at that time to watch. Follow zookeepers and staff as they get up close to some animals and strap in for a class you won't soon forget.\nTheir zoo is famous for their polar bear exhibit so we were overjoyed to hear the bears are going live on Friday, April 3.\nEach session runs for about 15 minutes, and each day they rotate to another creature to feature.\n"With Amur tigers or polar bears, for obvious reasons, our staff won't be in the enclosure with the animals," wrote the zoo to Narcity, "but we will do our very best to make sure viewers are still able to see them."\nView this post on Instagram Star is an independent bear. 🐻👸 ✨ She does not like sharing her toys. ✨ She loves one-on-one attention from her bestie zookeepers. ✨ She doesn't like hanging out in a group. ✨ She likes playing independently and working on puzzles. Since Star has such an independent personality, she lives separate from the other bears at the Zoo where she can enjoy all her favourite things on her own, just the way she likes it. Visit Star this Saturday at our Polar Bear Day celebration! Link in bio for details. #assiniboineparkzoo #journeytochurchill #polarbear A post shared by Assiniboine Park & Zoo (@assiniboineparkzoo) on Feb 28, 2020 at 11:57am PST\nSo far, they've only featured their meerkats, but they've got a whole list planned, including Amur tigers, harbour seals, tropical birds, and, of course, polar bears.\nYou can check out the whole schedule on their website.\nFor the polar bear stream, staff will be diving into the conservation efforts and current research into polar bears.\nWelcome to our first LIVE Creature Feature! Today we're meeting our meerkats, learning about animal enrichment, and answering your questions.\n\nJoin us every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1:00 pm for a live Creature Feature right here on our Facebook page.Posted by Assiniboine Park & Zoo on Monday, March 23, 2020\nTheir polar bear habitat is completely mind-blowing. Called the Journey to Churchill Exhibit, visitors are able to step right up to the bears with nothing but the glass in between.\nThe nine bears are completely spoiled in their giant habitat, which includes a massive pool they could swim around in. Now that the doors are closed, you'll be able to check them out without having to make the journey.\nMeet Polar Bear Star!Star is an independent bear. 🐻👸\n\n✨ She does not like sharing her toys.\n✨ She loves one-on-one attention from her bestie zookeepers.\n✨ She doesn't like hanging out in a group. \n✨ She likes playing independently and working on puzzles. \n\nSince Star has such an independent personality, she lives separate from the other bears at the Zoo where she can enjoy all her favourite things on her own, just the way she likes it. \n\nVisit Star this Saturday at our Polar Bear Day celebration! Details: https://bit.ly/3ablUJ9Posted by Assiniboine Park & Zoo on Friday, February 28, 2020\nZoos are shutting down all over Canada because of COVID-19, so a bunch are taking their exhibits online through live streams instead.\nYou can check out the panda exhibit without even putting on pants thanks to the Calgary Zoo, for example.*\nAfter all, why should the Winnipeggers get all the fun? Now, people from all over Canada can catch these bears in action. What a great way to keep entertained in self-isolation.\n*This article has been updated.