I find looking at fish swimming around an aquarium to be incredibly soothing. While I don’t want the work of keeping up a beautiful fish tank myself, I have often enjoyed visiting the aquarium at the zoo near my home.

Not everyone is lucky enough to live near an aquarium and many facilities are shut right now, so I’ve got a great alternative, the live webcams from the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach California.

This link takes you to the camera for the Blue Cavern Aquarium.

Settle back and enjoy listening to the soothing sounds of bubbling water and the calming images of fish. You can choose to get interactive, too. Click the camera icon to take a snapshot of the action.

Click on Gallery to view images taken from the live stream.

Click on Facts at the bottom left of the screen to learn interesting tidbits about sea life.

You can ‘pop the live aquarium feed out and move it around by clicking the Pop button.

You can then resize and move anywhere you want. Here, I’m enjoying the fish in the background while I work on a Word document.

For more webcam options, scroll down. Just click to view.

My favorite is the Sea Nettles tank. Just like the one at my local aquarium, I could sit and watch for hours.

Click below to check it out.

https://explore.org/livecams/aquarium-of-the-pacific/aquarium-pacific-live-cam-2