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Panda cam: Toronto Zoo launches live video so you can watch cubs 24/7

The zoo has partnered up with Telus to provide a 24/7 live stream of the baby pandas so people can watch them eat, sleep, play — and just be generally adorable.

Camera provides a look inside the indoor habitat of giant panda mom and her 2 cubs

The panda cubs at Toronto Zoo had a rather lazy morning. It's hard work being that cute. (Toronto Zoo)

The Toronto Zoo is well aware that people across the city — and around the world — can't get enough of their baby giant pandas. 

So they've come up with a solution: a giant panda cam. 

The zoo has partnered with Telus to provide a live stream of the baby pandas so people can watch them eat, sleep, play — and just be their adorable fuzzy selves.

The stream is live between 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. and there is pre-recorded video available to watch the rest of the time. 

If the videos and photographs weren't enough to provide you with your fuzzy baby panda fix, you can now tune in on a 24/7 live stream on the zoo's website. (David Donnelly/CBC)

The live feed is hosted on the zoo's website.

The camera looks in on the indoor habitat of giant panda mom Er Shun and her two cubs Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue.

The zoo's giant panda behavioural specialist, who monitors the pandas, operates the camera to get the best shots. 

One of the giant panda cubs spent the better part of his morning napping while the other one entertained himself with his bouncy ball. (Toronto Zoo)

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