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Today is going to be weird, stressful, and potentially surprising depending on which side of the electorate you fall. If you’re looking for a bit of stress relief, the Houston Zoo has you covered. The popular wildlife destination is spending the day giving Facebook viewers a live tour of their facilities, complete with staff interviews and lots of fantastic creatures.
You’ll see live chats with both park officials and animal specialists, as well as some awesome views of the animals that call the park home. Viewers were already treated this morning to the soothing views of the zoo’s famous jellyfish tank and a look inside the park’s opening procedures as they welcome visitors in.
The zoo is utilizing Facebook Live, the streaming video platform that the social network launched earlier this year. The service has come under fire numerous times for showcasing disturbing video streams, a trend that highlights the unpredictable nature of live video. However, the Houston Zoo’s live stream is a pleasant oasis in the sea of election insanity on the internet today.
Mike Wehner is a former tech editor for the Daily Dot who now writes for BGR. His work has appeared everywhere from Yahoo to CNN, and there’s a good chance his Apple Watch is dead right now.