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Australian zoos live stream animals to cheer people up

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Australian zoos live stream animals to cheer people up

Australian zoos live stream animals to cheer people up

Zoos Victoria has launched a live streaming service so animal lovers can stay connected with some of their favourite creatures from home, work or anywhere else they want.

Several live streams at Melbourne Zoo and Werribee Open Range Zoo are live, offering people who can't visit the zoo at the moment the chance to check out some of the animal action.


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