As crowds start to thin in most public places in Singapore – and the rest of the world – it doesn't mean that life comes to a standstill. Life goes on. Wildlife, in particular. Some of the zoos around the world have adapted to the situation by allowing the public to 'visit' the zoo via webcams and live-streaming. You can visit the beluga whales in Georgia Aquarium and penguins in Edinburgh Zoo without ever leaving your couch.
If you're wondering how our local wildlife are doing, explore Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve through its Animal Cams. The three cameras focus on the view from the main bridge, the biggest bird hide in the reserve and the pond. If you're lucky, you might even see otters frolicking by the water, migratory birds feeding or even freshwater crocodiles making its way down the river. This NParks initiative aims to bring nature closer to you. And even if you didn't spot any wildlife from the webcams, there's something incredibly soothing watching these live streams.