explore's live cams

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The multimedia company explore maintains multiple stationary live-feed videos of African wildlife. Among sites where live cams are set up are Tembe Elephant Park and Balule Game Reserve in South Africa and a gorilla forest corridor in Kasugho, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Visit explore.org/livecams/african-wildlife.

Among additional subjects streaming on explore.org/livecams are bird-feeding stations in Panama, orcas in British Columbia and polar bears in Manitoba, depending on the time of day.

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The multimedia company explore maintains multiple stationary live-feed videos of African wildlife. Among sites where live cams are set up are Tembe Elephant Park and Balule Game Reserve in South Africa and a gorilla forest corridor in Kasugho, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Visit explore.org/livecams/african-wildlife.

Among additional subjects streaming on explore.org/livecams are bird-feeding stations in Panama, orcas in British Columbia and polar bears in Manitoba, depending on the time of day.