The Oklahoma City Zoo Is Live Streaming Red Pandas For Your Enjoyment

Normally, the Oklahoma City Zoo would be hopping with instream of visitors from school field trips and spring breakers. Since opening in 1902, it’s been a top destination for animal lovers as they come for entertainment and education regarding a variety of animals. Even though the zoo isn’t open to the public right at this time, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some of the animals from afar. Right now, the zoo is live-streaming their adorable red pandas for your enjoyment. Take a look:

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The Zoo’s red panda cam will stream live daily through Friday, May 1, with optimal viewing from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weather permitting. When temperatures reach 90 degrees or higher, the red pandas are given exclusive access to their indoor habitats, outside the camera’s field of view.

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