Big Cat Rescue is a Tampa, Florida-based sanctuary that saves cats in danger, heals those they’ve rescued and works to end the trade of lion, tigers, cougars and other felines. Now they’ve partnered with us to bring a series of live cams to explore!
A lone baby elephant looked like lunch for 14 hungry lionesses, but the pachyderm got the best of this pack of jungle cats with a variety of self-defense tactics. Guests on safari recently captured thrilling, nail-biting footage while driving through South Luangwa National Park in Zambia.
Keep an eye out for these helpful guides from our partners on the ground in Mpala, Kenya. Follow along on the African Wildlife Live Cams and see if you can spot the predators talked about below! From our partners from Mpala: We’ve been getting to know the animals we see on the African Wildlife Cams and today is the
zooborns: Zoo Miami’s Lion Cub Makes His First Public Apearance For the first time in Zoo Miami history, a Lioness and her cub went on public exhibit together. First-time mother Asha and her three month old male cub K’wasi thrilled zoo guests last week as they explored the exhibit and interacted together. Learn more about
Happy to watch hippos? Excited to see elephants? Manic for monkeys? Volunteer to remotely operate the explore.org live cams recently installed in Kenya! Imagine being able to sit at your home computer and watch hippos, elephants, giraffes and monkeys. You will be the one in charge of panning, tilting and zooming while thousands of viewers