Explore.org's Live Cams Over 40 different live cams. Many of animals, birds, and fishes; others of beaches and exotic places like Hawaii. Quite a few "baby animal cams" - wild bears, birds nesting, pandas, puppies, kittens. This link defaults to the Beluga Cam at the Vancouver Aquarium. Scroll down to see more cams. Going in Animal Cams.
Not only are they incredibly cute, they also eat the roaches that come up out of your drains if there isn't a backflow valve. Or if you're connected to your neighbors sewer. OK, not so much a problem here in the U.S. but they're still cute.
Stressed animals find new habitats, baby animals have a better chance for survival, and the world keeps its natural heritage alive thanks in part to the feats these Explorers perform every day.World Wildlife Day: How 10 National Geographic Explorers Are Making a Difference