Despite closing its doors due to the novel coronavirus, the Tennesee Aquarium currently offers a free "Aquarium At Home" experience that now includes three additional live webcams.
These new video streams give viewers an around-the-clock look into the Indo-Pacific, Lemur Forest and Moon Jellies exhibits.
According to a news release, the Indo-Pacific exhibit offers views of colorful fish from the Coral Triangle, the Lemur Forest is filled with "raucous, shockingly agile" Ring-tailed and Red Ruffed Lemurs and the Moon Jellies camera captures the movements of the aquarium's Moon Jellyfish.
These streams, along with streams of Penguin's Rock, River Otter Falls and Secret Reef, are just a part of the "Aquarium At Home" offerings which also include virtual meeting backgrounds, naturalist blogs and more, states the release.
To see the streams and other available content, visit tnaqua.org/aquarium-at-home.
In partnership with the Tennessee Aquarium
This is part of an occasional series by the Times Free Press in partnership with the Tennessee Aquarium to provide free resources for children and families during the coronavirus outbreak. View more fun activities and resources for an at-home aquarium experience here.