For those unable to pop into their local zoo due to the coronavirus outbreak, Zoos Victoria today launched a series of live-streams.

One stream follows three snow-leopard cubs – born on Australia Day – and their mum, Miska. Another features penguins at Melbourne Zoo; one stars the inhabitants of the giraffe enclosure (including a calf called Klintun); and the fourth is centred on the lions at Werribee Open Range Zoo.

The cameras only cover one part of each enclosure, so you might have to check back later if things are looking a little quiet.

If you prefer to take your cuteness overload in person, both Werribee Open Range Zoo and Melbourne Zoo are open and operating as normal at this stage.

Watch the live streams here.

Covid-19 (coronavirus) means we’re living in unprecedented and uncertain times. Victoria has declared a state of emergency, mass public gatherings are banned and minimal social contact is recommended. If you have concerns about visiting businesses or public spaces, or questions about self-isolation or coronavirus testing, check out the latest updates from the Department of Health and Human Services.