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Behind the Live Cams of explore.org!

From brown bears snorkeling for salmon in Alaska to hungry panda bears chomping bamboo in China, there is no shortage of activity on explore.org’s live cams. Whether you’re in the mood to watch waves break over the pristine beaches of Hawaii, a puffin chick hatch off the coast of Maine, or a watering hole in

polar bear on ice

Cams at Cape Churchill: An Adventure

A team from Explore.org and Polar Bears International is heading out again to Cape Churchill on the coast of Hudson Bay to finish setting up the live cam at the heart of the polar bear migration. However, Cape Churchill isn’t your average cam set-up; in fact, it could be downright dangerous.

cassandra - polar bear power by the use of people

Using the Power of the People to Advance Polar Bear Science!

Scientists go to school for many years to learn how to design experiments, collect data, analyze information, and summarize results. But did you know that anyone can play a role in advancing polar bear science?

holly the brown bear and her bear cubs

Star of the #BearCam Makes Another Cameo

Our celebrity family, Holly and her biological and adopted cubs, made another appearance on the Brown Bear Live Cam this weekend. Check out the video clip of their latest cameo.