Next time you're in an online meeting via Zoom, why not have some of our most beloved animals looking over your shoulder? These are offered as part of San Diego Zoo Global's We’re Here Together campaign.
These big beauties can be seen swimming among our hippos, and in a pool in Africa Rocks. Check out cichlids here.
Kaia and Zuli were born at the Safari Park a little over a month apart. See them on the Safari Park's Elephant Cam.
Baby Amahle is exploring her Lost Forest home with her attentive mother Funani. Learn more about her in ZOONOOZ.
These turtles can be seen in Discovery Outpost at the Zoo. Learn why they're called 'snake-neck' turtles here.
These endangered birds can be seen at the Safari Park's Condor Ridge, or in an off-exhibit breeding area on the Burrowing Owl Cams.
You can see California condors at the Safari Park's Condor Ridge, or at an off-exhibit breeding facility via Condor Cam.
This little antelope can be seen at the Kopje area in the Zoo's Africa Rocks habitat.
Rarely seen on the ground, Fiji iguanas have long toes with sharp claws and long tails for balance in the treetops. You can see them at the Reptile House at the Zoo and discover how we're helping to save them, here.
Our giraffe herd lives with other species from their native habitat at the Safari Park. Watch them on Giraffe Cam.
Giraffes, Cape buffalo, and more live in the East Africa multi-species habitat at the Safari Park. Watch them on Giraffe Cam.
You can help our scientists learn more about giraffes in their native habitat by counting and identifying them at Wildwatch Kenya.
Look for poison frogs like this one along Reptile Walk at the Zoo. Find out more about poison frogs.
These monkeys are almost always on the move in their home at the Zoo's Africa Rocks habitat. Watch them on Baboon Cam.
The San Diego Zoo has the largest colony of koalas outside of Australia. Watch them in the Zoo's Outback habitat on Koala Cam.
Colorful koi can be found in the Terrace Lagoon at the Zoo. Dive into their history and lifestyle here.
You can find sleek leopard sharks sharing a watery habitat with African penguins in Africa Rocks at the Zoo. Read more about them here.
Famous for its epic migration, a monarch butterfly is always a welcome sight. Find out more about butterflies.
The only platypuses you can see outside Australia are at the Safari Park's Walkabout Australia habitat. Learn why they're here.
Bring the famous and fascinating praying mantis to your next Zoom session! And catch some facts about them here.
Quino checkerspot butterflies are endangered, but we're working with partners to save them. Find out how.
You can get a close-up view of these Madagascar natives in the Safari Park's Lemur Walk. Learn more about these small primates.
These natives of Madagascar live in the Zoo's Africa Rocks habitat. Learn about the latest arrivals from one of their care specialists in ZOONOOZ.