In 2018, researchers found the oldest webcam in the world, dating back to the mid-19th century.
The National Zoo’s webcam is the world’s oldest.
The oldest webcam is also the oldest in the entire world.
The webcam has been in use since the 1800s.
It has been operated since 1912.
“The oldest one that we have has been around since 1912, which is quite an incredible record,” said Jennifer Roper, a senior research scientist with the National Zoo and a professor of zoology.
“It is quite a remarkable record for a webcam, and it is really, really, very interesting.”
Roper and her colleagues recently found a webcam that is much older than the oldest one, dating to 1878.
That webcam, which the researchers called the “Great Australian” webcam, is a National Museum specimen that dates back to 1912.
They have not yet identified the exact date of the Great Australian webcam, but said the Great Australasian webcam probably predates the Great Barrier Reef by about a century.
The Great Australian is a rare example of a webcam dating back centuries, Roper said.
That is because it was an underwater camera and the camera is underwater.
The Great Australian was the first underwater camera in the country.
The new webcam was built to serve as a world record for both age and the oldest recorded webcam.
Roper said the researchers believe the Great Aussie webcam may be one of the oldest underwater cameras in the ocean.
She said the research team has been using the new webcam to examine marine life in the area where it is located.
They also found the new Great Australian at a depth of 2,000 feet (1,400 meters).
That is the deepest webcam recorded anywhere on Earth.
The National Zoo is located in Honolulu, Hawaii.