Columbia’s Columbian Zoo is offering free viewing of the zoo’s livestream on its website until midnight.
The live stream is available via the Columbians Facebook page, as well as via mobile apps, including Snapchat.
The columbians live stream begins at 2:45 p.m. local time, and the zoo will be showing the live stream through the evening.
The livestream is hosted by the Columns Department of Zoological Operations, which was formed in September.
Columnes spokesman Dan Gough said the live feed will not be edited, and will be available for all to watch.
“There is no editing whatsoever in this live stream.
The zoo staff and staff at the zoo have been working hard to create an entertaining, entertaining, informative, educational experience for everyone,” he said.
Gough said there are no plans to move the livestream to another time zone.
“This is an educational, educational opportunity that is free to everyone.
And I think it will have a good audience of visitors from all around the world,” he added.”
The live feed is meant to be enjoyed, not to be a news source.”
Gough also said the livestream is available in English and Spanish.
He said the zoo has not yet determined whether to charge visitors to watch it.
“We do not currently plan to charge for the live streams.
We have no idea how we’re going to sell them,” he told CNN.
The live stream will be streamed through Snapchat.
Columbian zookeepers, along with other animals and other visitors, are allowed to leave the zoo after 3 p.y.
The zoo has more than 30,000 animals.