Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo camera moves around the zoo, taking you behind the scenes so you can see babies up close.
The cameras feature a new set of animals every few weeks. The Zoo is currently featuring a tree kangaroo joey. Born the size of a lima bean in June 2012, the tree kangaroo baby is just starting to emerge from its mother s pouch. The joey and its mom, Elanna, are seen here in a behind-the-scenes maternity enclosure where they bond in a quiet, controlled setting.
Tree kangaroos are crepuscular, which means they are most active in the morning and at dusk. The cam is equipped with night vision, so you can tune in any time.