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post #1 of 13
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I just saw a herd of elephants at this link! Amazing to think that I am watching them all the way across the globe in real time. There are some monkeys there now!


http://www9.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/wildcamafrica/index.html



Here is another one from a different area of Africa. It's not as active as the above one is though:

http://www.wavelit.com/index.asp?ch=...fe&sh=africam#
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post #2 of 13
looks like its night time at the moment
post #3 of 13
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Yes it is. But things still happen at night. At sunrise the water hole is quite active usually because the animals come for their morning drink.
post #4 of 13
That is really cool, I have bookmarked it so I can show the kids.
post #5 of 13
That is too cool!
post #6 of 13
I was just watching with my littlest one,we heard a banging noise, she said Mom it's a snake, I said I don't think snakes bang, she said they do if they have a hammer
post #7 of 13
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Originally Posted by mbjerkness View Post
I was just watching with my littlest one,we heard a banging noise, she said Mom it's a snake, I said I don't think snakes bang, she said they do if they have a hammer

LOL, leave it to kids to say some wild things!
post #8 of 13
i used to watch the first one, not now we blocked all the video stuff,
lol was cool to watch at night in the office
post #9 of 13
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There was lots of action at the first link about 1 hour ago. Lots and lots of elephants, maybe 30 or more. They were in the middle of the water wallowing around and the juveniles were having a great time wrestling with each other in the water. A smaller baby decided he wanted in on the fun and went in at a place that had a higher edge and because he was so small the water was up to his head And he couldn't climb out Three of them pushed and pulled on him until they got him out. I thought for sure he was going to drown because his head kept going under the water But 2 were in the water behind him with one pushing with its head and the other kind of bending down and wedging its body under the baby's bottom to keep it afloat. And there was a lame elephant too. Its right front leg was deformed: like it had been broken and healed wrong. It looked almost bent backwards.

There were 2 wild boars or something hiding in a hole not far while the elephants were there. It was so cute because you could just see the tops of their ears and a bit of their heads as they watched and waited for the elephants to leave, LOL Then one came out and was rolling something along the ground with its snout. Too cute!
post #10 of 13
OMG, I was watching the wavelit one and about ten Giraffes came out of the bush!! It's the first time I've seen them there. There were at least four babies. And where giraffes go, zebras are sure to follow! They were so cute, trotting along the giraffes without a care in the world. The giraffes were so beautiful ....
post #11 of 13
there is giselle (sp) in the second one at this moment in time
post #12 of 13
Only the first link works, the other one loads but its a black screen where the video should be :/
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
Only the first link works, the other one loads but its a black screen where the video should be :/
Try using a different browser such as IE if you are normally using Firefox. Or add the link directly to Real Player.

Also try adding the site to your safe list in your firewall privacy area.
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