Search on Narcity
Phoenix Zoo Has Live Digital Safaris That Give You Behind The Scene Views

if you're stuck at home daydreaming about being someplace else, we're there with you. The Phoenix Zoo is bringing the safari to you so that you can get a slice of wildlife from home. Get ready for significant cuteness overload.

Despite the zoo's temporary closure, they have been providing residents with a glimpse of how they work behind the scenes. With the hashtag #ClosedButStillCaring, zookeepers have been live-streaming a variety of videos, including one scheduled for today.

If you tune at 1 p.m. on the Phoenix Zoo's Facebook, you'll get to watch their giant anteater resident take a bath! 

They took to their social media pages to share the upcoming event writing, "Splish, splash, Beaker's taking a bath. Join us live at 1 p.m. for Beaker's #DigitalSafari debut! #BringingTheZooToYou #ClosedButStillCaring #MoreThanAZoo #ThatsZooWeAre."

This exclusive, up-close look will be nothing short of sweet. In a previous video, you can see Beaker rolling around in soapy water before pausing and grooming himself. 

There are also two balls in his bath, just in case he wants to play in the water. 

Being an anteater, Beaker uses his front 'fists' to walk on instead of his back feet, according to the zoo's Instagram post

If you want to see more videos of other animals throughout the park, the zoo has been sharing a variety of videos for their digital safari.

Just yesterday, zookeepers went live to show off their new elephant habitat. How cute!

It's a great way to combat boredom if you're tired of watching Netflix. The zoo isn't the only place showing live cams.

Reid Zoo in Tucson has live cams throughout the park so that you can get a glimpse of animals having fun in the sun. 

Thanks to the keepers at the zoo, you'll get a front-row seat of animals behind-the-scenes doing what they do best: playing, eating, and lounging the day away. 

Phoenix Zoo Live Digital Safari

Price: Free

When: March 26, 2020, at 1 p.m.

Why you need to go: You can watch a giant anteater take a bath today on the zoo's live webcam. 


Recommended For You