At present the team at Te - Papa are moving the colossal squid, Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni, from its
preservation tank to its purpose built display tank,
they have a live video feeds of the progress here:
This video is available in several qualities:
> Dial-up with a slow modem and cell phone connections (28 kbps)
> Dial-up internet (56 kbps)
> Slow broadband (128 kbps)
> Average broadband (384 kbps)
> High speed broadband (2 Mbps)
More information over at the Te Papa Squid Blog.
As this particular format is typically not that friendly to those of us not using windows,
the Linux (and other non-windows OS) direct stream connections are
384kbps here: mms://ac1.streaming.net.nz/r2-stream-1
2megabit stream here: mms://ac1.streaming.net.nz/r2-stream-5
if you are not sure to do it, and you are running something like Ubuntu, the easiest way is to bring up a console and type in / paste the following command:
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