You Can Bring 'Atlantis' To Your House With The Aquarium Of The Pacific Live Cam
Under da sea.
Travel plans may be postponed for a while, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy an aquatic adventure. Virtual explorations are trending and there are so many places to see around the world. Did you know that the Aquarium of the Pacific has live cameras that let you hang out with marine life from your couch?
This massive facility spans over 350,000 square feet and has more than 11,000 ocean animals! So, there are so many exhibits you can choose to watch.
If you're already getting social distancing burnout, this is a fun way to experience some virtual traveling.
While the aquarium is temporarily closed, you can still bring Atlantis to your house via your phone or computer. The crystal clear aquarium cameras make you feel like you're really there with the animals.
Watching colorful jellyfish drift through their tank is so mesmerizing! TBH, it kind of reminds us of those lava lamps we all had when we were kids.
There's also a super cool shark tank cam that lets you get (virtually) up close to the kings of the sea. When else would you get the chance to get up close with a six-foot-long blacktip reef shark?
You can also tune into the tropical reef exhibit representing the coast of Palau, and the Honda Blue Cavern and Anthias and Wrasse exhibits, showing marine life from around California's coast and local islands.
Last but not least, you can check out a 24-hour webcam of adorable penguins waddling around and swimming through their tank.
If you're ever bored at 2 a.m., nothing's more entertaining than watching a group of super cute birds that look like they're all dressed up for a fancy dinner party.
Since the aquarium recently welcomed a sea otter and her pups, there's something else to look forward to once it reopens to the public. Brb. We're making our things-to-do bucket list.
Aquarium of the Pacific Live Cams
Why You Need To Go: You can get up close with adorable marine life from the comfort of your couch.