Watch ‘em swim, in silence
California Academy of Sciences recently shared its aquatic life with the world courtesy of several live streaming apps, the latest of which brings viewers face-to-face with an order of batoid known as myliobatiformes. Stingrays Live provides a high-definition webcam stream showing cownose and honeycomb rays circling a mangrove lagoon in search of their next meal.
Tune in every Tuesday and Thursday at 1:30PM PST to see scientists serving dinner for the rays or hop over to the alternate Reef View for a change of scenery, or to get up close and personal with other members of stingray tanks.
We can’t get enough of this kind of app — it makes for a great visual backdrop when playing music or working out. We’d love to see an audio option, because stingrays aren’t as cool in absolute silence.
Watch stingrays find food, or tune in at feeding time for guaranteed action.