The world's biggest online zoo has opened its doors to show off hundreds of animals, all performing obediently over and over again. Caught at night with infrared cameras, deep underwater with huge floodlights, and under microscopes which distinguish different sorts of microbe, the BBC's “Wildlife Finder,” is the product of years of planning – and dreaming. Technology and funding have finally made possible the corporation's ambition to give its spectacular natural history photography and film a permanent global audience. Starting with 370 animals, including four octopuses and a solitary starfish, the databank of clips and still pictures will be reinforced on a daily basis.
Visit: Wildlife Finder