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This Week on Explore (10/4)

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…FAT BEAR WEEK! From Oct 2nd to the 8th, viewers will vote on Katmai National Park’s Facebook page which bear they think is the fattest at the falls. While support for different bears has been going on for weeks, come check out fan made campaign posters to help you decide which

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This Week on Explore (9/27)

On September 24th, we celebrated World Gorilla Day by highlighting our incredible partner, GRACE, and their extraordinary efforts to help save Grauer’s gorillas.  We hosted a special double feature live chat with GRACE’s Executive Director, Dr. Sonya Kahlenberg, and African Wildlife Foundation’s Senior Vice President, Craig Sholley.  If you haven’t already, check out the Gorilla Forest Corridor cam and


This Week on Explore (9/20)

Lions are primarily nocturnal which means that they are most active at night. Lucky for us, our Africams are infrared and give us the ability to see these big cats at all hours of the day. Gorillas at GRACE are orphans and survivors; every new arrival means that an orphan’s family group has been killed. There is much

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This Week on Explore (9/6)

This week, Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas and approached the Carolinas with significant force. We were able to catch a glimpse of Mother Nature’s strength on the Frying Pan Tower cam where “Steve the Flag” weathered the storm. Steve will be auctioned off after the storm where proceeds will be sent to help aide hurricane

Walruses haul out on Round Island, Alaska. Pic by Ryan Morrill

A List of Offline Cameras

Due to recent limitations, we have turned off the following cameras for good: Ouwehand Falls Ouwehand Park Tentacles & Ink Walrus First Beach Round Island Overlook Bonaire Static The Corral AWC Upper K9s Entry K9s Yard African Wildlife Meditation Chipmunk Log Rocky Mountains Keck Timelapse Meditation Bison and Prairie Dog If you have any questions, please

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