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Daily Dose of Love: Rubbing Beach Surprise!

Two For One! Here at Explore, we are always looking for a great bargain and man did we get one on the Underwater Rubbing Beach Live Cam! We are normally on the lookout for passing orcas, but this time we caught not one but TWO otters swimming by. One even came to say hello! Seems like

5 Best Weedy Sea Dragon Photos of the Week

Have you ever seen a Weedy Sea Dragon? They are majestic sea creatures that look like tiny dragons swimming through the water. Take a look here at the five best photos captured this week from the live cam!

Colors of the Underwater Rainbow

The fish are jumping this summertime in Katmai National Park and our new Underwater Live Bear & Salmon Cam gives you every angle of action. Salmon “live in the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and are anadromous, which means most types of salmon are born in fresh water, migrate to the sea, and return to

Just When You Thought it Was Safe to Go Back in the Water!

That’s definitely not a salmon! But they are visible right now on the River Watch Cam from Katmai National Park! As the salmon head upstream to the place where they spawned, the bears turn out to feed. The Brooks River is part of the largest Sockeye Salmon run in the world and flows from Lake Brooks