Toronto Zoo Live Cameras
GIANT TIGER LIVE CAM:
Want camera control and enhanced zoom features? Try Zoolife FREE to explore behind-the-scenes and observe the fascinating daily lives of our gorillas, giraffes, our Amur tiger cub, and many more! 80% of proceeds directly fund our essential care and conservation efforts here at your Toronto Zoo.
- Daily live Q&A's with Nature Experts, Zookeepers and Zoo staff
- Interactive cameras that you control to get an inch close from the animals
- 24/7 livestreaming so you can watch non-curated animal moments at anytime
- Access to ALL Toronto Zoo cameras
Meet the Animals
Meet vasili and mazy
Renowned for their power and strength, Amur tigers thrive in cold climate conditions with their built-in adaptations aiding in their survival. Sign up for Zoolife to have camera control and switch between habitats to see 10-year-old Vasili and and 15-year-old Mazyria.
Matumaini the Masai Giraffe
Watch the newest addition to our Masai giraffe family, Matumaini, born on February 24th, 2022! Matu has been welcomed to our Toronto Zoo family with open arms, and spends his days with mother Mstari and big sister Amani.
Watch our gorilla family on Zoolife! Our troop consists of our oldest gorilla, Charles, with Ngozi, Nneka, Johari, and Charlie. Then the bachelor group - Sadiki and Nassir!
Komodo dragons are the largest living lizards in the world - watch from our newest camera to observe our Komodo dragon, Kilat, from approximately 10:00am to 4:00pm!
Watch our ring-tailed lemur conspiracy with special guests the Aldabra tortoises and grey-necked crowned cranes from approximately 10:00am to 4:00pm!
Watch our Sumatran orangutan family, with our new baby and mother Sekali!
Watch a variety of our turtles from our IndoMalaya Pavilion and learn all about these reptiles!
Lake Malawi Cichlids
Lying within the Western Rift Valley, Lake Malawi is one of the deepest lakes in the world and home to over 1,000 species of fish (and counting!).
Sacred Ibis, African spoonbill and Cape shelduck
Bird is the word! Watch three unique species of bird that call the African Rainforest Pavilion home.