Try not to react with shock or horror if you find your child in the middle of an anatomy check with another child.
Just let both children know that penises and vaginas are kept private and steer them towards another activity.
In the days since the birth, people have still been tuning in to watch the baby interact with his mom.Just days after the live video launched in February, Animal Adventure Park posted to their Facebook page that the stream was suspended for "nudity & sexual content." They said "Animal Rights Extremists" were responsible.Beginning October 1, 2013, the American Eagle Foundation (AEF) began providing live video streaming from a wild eagle nest located near the NE coast of Florida.The nest is located about 80′ up in a Longleaf Pine tree, and was built by the resident eagles approximately eleven years ago.The first is a pan/tilt/zoom cam (PTZ), that provides incredible up close views of activities in the nest.
The next cam down is also a PTZ cam focused on the nest from a different angle.In late August or early September, the eagle pair usually return to this nest to begin their nesting cycle, which includes bonding, mating, nestorations, egg-laying, incubation, hatching, and raising their brood until their youngsters fledge and are able to fend for themselves.Mom and Dad typically remain in the nest area for 30-45 days after their young have fledged/migrated, enjoying some well-deserved time alone together in their special Florida habitat.The third video screen shows the nest tree and the canopy from a high-definition cam anchored on a different tree at a lower angle.If you watch for a while, you may be lucky enough to see eagles flying to and from the tree, and when the eaglets get to a certain size, you will see them begin to “branch” and ultimately “fledge” the nest. The eagles cannot see this light – it is outside their visible spectrum of light. If you were at the nest site, looking up at the tree at night, you would only see light from the moon or stars.Through the years, the nest has grown considerably in size and weight (likely weighing close to a ton).