A zoom in on a giraffe head with a keeper holding binoculars and giving a live talk on the top right corner of the screen and chat messages below his video

Jump into a world of wildlife with Zoolife!

This is your stop to find all you need to know about Zoolife’s breaking news, upcoming projects and exciting updates! 

On Zoolife, users can control the camera to get this close to the giraffe’s eyelashes!

What is Zoolife?

It is the world’s first live and interactive virtual zoo, streaming live from the world’s top accredited zoos, sanctuaries, and rehabilitation centers. Each stream is designed to bring viewers closer to wildlife because of it’s innovative ways of learning, protecting and engaging with the animals, from the comfort of one’s home.

Zoolife’s state-of-the-art technology allows users to control the camera from their device, zoom into a tiger’s whiskers with 20x optical zoom, or move the camera around to explore a gorilla’s habitat. Viewers can also capture their own clips or pictures of their favorite animals and share with other audience members or even zookeepers.

Streamed live 24/7, Zoolife features a growing collection of remarkable animal species, daily keeper talks, and interactive Q&As with animal experts for in-depth learning and more. Additionally, 50% of all passes purchased directly fund animal care and conservation efforts led by our partners.

Zoolife’s mission is to expand access to a deeper connection with wildlife.

Zoolife users can watch a flamingo preens itself, while attending a live Q&A session with the zookeeper

How was Zoolife founded?

Both founded and based in Canada, Zoolife was born from its parent company: Brizi. They came up with an innovative way to control cameras for game-changing selfies and snapshots at sport events. As a result, the same cameras are also set up in stadiums all around the world. This helps viewers share their sporting experiences now connect wildlife and humans in the world’s first digital zoo.

Zoolife reached out to the Toronto Zoo at the start of the pandemic to help connect its audience through a virtual setting and offered a way to help their viewers stream their exhibits while maintaining social distancing. The service started off with a livestream of the Toronto Zoo’s giraffe habitat. It was originally hosted on Twitch before it expanded into more habitats and wildlife to the catalog Zoolife boasts today.

Today, the service has expanded to its own website and has partnered with two zoos, a wildlife park and two rescues: Toronto Zoo, Santa Barbara Zoo, Orana Wildlife Park, the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, and the Phoenix Herpetological Society. Additionally, Zoolife now hosts 22 exhibits and daily zookeeper talks and plans to expand to even more exhibits and partners in the future!

A video clip of the hippo showing its big jaw taken by a Zoolife user, from home!

What is Zoolife’s blog?

At Zoolife’s blog, you’ll find all kinds of content, like learning how to connect meaningfully with wildlife. You’ll also learn about raising awareness about conservation and animal care projects around the world. Finally, you can also read about fun and educational facts about animals!

Where else can I follow Zoolife?

You can find Zoolife on Facebook, on Instagram, or check out our Twitter.

Check out our YouTube for zookeeper and wildlife highlights.

Read more Zoolife blog posts, and news articles!

Watch these animals live on Zoolife.tv!


For any inquiries or questions, email us at info@zoolife.tv

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