Location: Go Fish Education Center, Perry
You’re watching fish and other creatures—such as an alligator snapping turtle—in a 15-foot-deep aquarium that represents life in a reservoir in Georgia's Piedmont physiographic region. The camera is streaming 8 a.m.–7 p.m. daily. Operated by the DNR Wildlife Resources Division and just off I-75, the Go Fish Education Center promotes awareness and appreciation of fish and fishing through educational and interactive exhibits and about 180,000 gallons of aquariums swimming with some 50 aquatic species native to Georgia.
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Better than an aquarium screen saver! Watch fish as they swim by the aquarium cam at the Go Fish Education Center.