Active until spring
The camera will remain active until the spring, when the elephant exhibit is scheduled to open.
The $13 million exhibit is the largest ever at the Oklahoma City Zoo, but it's only the first phase of a larger Asia exhibit.
The second phase of the Asia project will cost about $17 million.
The elephant cam does not have sound at the request of zoo staff.
The camera will remain on 24 hours a day except for any unforeseen
The camera shows a view of the community stall, where Asha and Chandra spend quite a bit of time.
But the elephants won't always be on screen.
During the mornings, the animals usually spend time training with their keepers or roaming their new habitat outside.
â€œThat's a lot to do in one day, so that's why you won't always see the elephants in the community stall where the camera is,â€ zoo spokeswoman Tara Henson said.
The best time for viewing is the afternoon and evening before sunset.View the live webcam