Explore.org is my go to website for when I want to stare at nature without you know…dealing with nature. Sometimes nature is hot, or cold, or smelly, or you have to actually drive somewhere to experience it. Ain’t nobody got time for all that. But you know what you do have time for? Playing around on the internet. We ALL have time for that.
Source Rachel the Osprey don’t give a damn about your schedule.
Truly one of the very best parts about explore.org is not just the ability to watch bears being bears in their nature habitat, but that they also have under water cameras too. That’s right friends, you can watch sharks doing shark things. It’s pretty amazing.
The above picture is from a shark lagoon in Long Beach, California. Amazing to watch for sure, but to see sharks in their natural environments, you’ll have to check out the Cape Look Out video in North Carolina. Of course when I went there to try and grab a few pictures there was only a few ugly barracuda to be seen. I have a long and heated past with barracuda, so I abandoned that feed for another one.
But that’s the best part about explore.org! If you don’t like what you’re watching or if you have an irrational hatred for certain animals (it’s not my fault panda’s are useless), then you can just switch your live feed to something else more entertaining. Like feeding time for the tigers. That’s a good one to watch. Or even when the grizzly’s come out to fish for salmon. One of my favorites (and not just because I send my friend with a bear phobia the link without telling her what it is. Sorry, not sorry Samantha).
Heck, they even have puppies and kittens for us to watch! Who DOESN’T love puppies and kittens?!
Some video’s even have sound on them. So while you’re watching a great horned owl going about it’s great horned owl business you can hear the wonderful soothing sound of nature. All from the comfort of your air conditioned house.
So if you love wildlife like I do, but hate being uncomfortable in anyway (first world problems), check out explore.org and go spy on a bunch of wild animals. It’s way better than spying on a bunch of wild animals on periscope.