Many animal species in the savannah have adapted to rain patterns, giving birth when it is wet and green. In the plentiful season, young animals stand better survival chances. At Mpala, the home of African wildlife on Explore.org, elephants, zebra‘s, hippos, gazelles, buffaloes and other animals can be seen with their young traversing the lush
A Day at the Home of African Wildlife
It’s been a busy time at Mpala, the home of African wildlife. If Anne, Evelyn and Fred, the resident camera operators at MpalaLive, are not showing a visiting class–most recently 30 pupils from Ol Jogi Primary school–how the four live cameras on Explore.org work, they are busy logging extraordinary moments for millions around the world. On the
April CamOp Photo Winners!
Another month gone by, another round of amazing snapshots from our amazing CamOps! FIRST PLACE Unforgettable, CamOp Spish RUNNER UPS SHARK, CamOp Kathy Zebras, CamOp Kim HONORABLE MENTIONS House Inspectors, CamOp Pann Pretzel, CamOp Katie Of course we’re related! CamOp Bill View more incredible snapshots here!
Live Chat with Grevy’s Zebra Experts, 10/22/14 – 1pm PT / 4pm ET
Tune in on Wednesday, October 22 at 1 PM Pacific/4 PM Eastern for an African Wildlife Live Chat with Dr. Dan Rubenstein, a Grevy’s zebra expert.
Five Best African Wildlife Cams Snapshots of the Week
Check out the five best African River Wildlife Live Cam snapshots from our viewers this week! We have beautiful vistas, elephants, long-neck giraffes – – no unicorns this time, but a rare leopard sighting! Thank you! Giraffe Tree Top Snack, from joelm Impala Herd, from zdewas Dik-diks, from designcbt Leopard Spotting, from Suefish Hippos & Elephants, from Janet,Bensalem,PA Amazing job guys!