Animal caregivers at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding have set up a host of live-stream cameras on their pandas and panda cubs, in order to “document every newborn giant panda.”
For the rest of us who aren’t conducting ailuropoda melanoleuca research, we get 24 hours of cute panda-monium. (Pardon the pun.) It is the first 24-hour giant panda telecast to be broadcast live in HD. And the cameras follow the panda’s movements, so they never go out of frame.
While the Youtube-linked cam above is only live for certain hours of the day, their site offers full video access to the pandas.
And for more cute panda pictures, check out their Twitter feed.