Sulawesi crested Macaques
This webcam is located at our macaques enclosure, at Monkey Heights. Sulawesi crested macaques are Critically Endangered. Our parent charity, the Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, manages the European Endangered Species breeding Programme (EEP) for Sulawesi crested black macaques in European zoos with successful breeding groups kept here at Paignton Zoo and also at our sister zoo, Newquay Zoo.
For more information please visit the WWCT webpage: Selamatkan Yaki – Save the Sulawesi crested black macaque.
Please note: an Education presenter gives a talk during the school holidays and at weekends at 3.00 p.m. at this enclosure. While you will not be able to see or hear them, you will be able to see the presenter throwing food to the macaques, so they will be right in front of the camera.
NEW - Meerkat cam
This live webcam allows you to view our meerkat mob at their new home in the Ranch! Our groups consists of nine individuals and on a warm, sunny day you can be sure to spot them on lookout duty or enjoying a good dig.
Did you know you can adopt a meerkat here at the Zoo? As well as being a lovely gift for a friend or family member (or yourself!), the money from your adoption will make a real contribution to our vital conservation work.
Flamingo cam - coming soon!
Keep an eye out in the coming weeks for our flamingo cam - you won't be able to miss these beautiful pink birds.
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