Trunks Of Love These adorable elephants form part of an extended family, and could be cousins. Members of elephant herds develop strong emotional bonds with each other, which you can see here with the cutest trunk touch I’ve ever seen. Continue watching on our Africa Watering Hole Live Cam! Have a great weekend, extended explore
Daily Dose of Love: Trunk Thursday Is Back!
A Tasty Trunk Full of Treats! There is nothing better than a little afternoon snack and this elephant has got the right idea! Whatever your treat of choice may be, make sure to grab a trunk full! Treat yo’ self on this Trunk Thursday! Tune in for more treats on our Africa Watering Hole Live
Live Chat with Mpala & Adam Ferguson!
Mark your calendars! Mpala will be hosting a live chat with Adam Ferguson this Thursday, March 23rd, at 10 am PST! Adam Ferguson is an evolutionary ecologist interested in the natural history, conservation, and disease of small carnivores (members of the order Carnivora < 15 kg). He is currently the head of head of the Laikipia Rabies
Mpala’s New Director – Kenyan Naturalist Dr. Dino Martins
Mpala Research Centre in Laikipia, Kenya – home of explore’s Africa Cams – has a new director, scientist and naturalist Dino J. Martins. His career has focused on fostering greater awareness for science and research and their connections to conservation and human livelihoods.
Attitude Boy and the Search for Jada
Explore and Mpala Research Centre partner together to bring you our series of Africa Cams. The cams feature many stars, and perhaps none more famous than the families of majestic elephants. We present you an exciting guest blog by Mpala camera operator and elephant fanatic Suzie, whose handle is CamOpEle: