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Africa Wildlife Webcam

This live Africa wildlife webcam comes to you from the heart of the Kruger National Park in South Africa, the country's largest wildlife reserve and provides opportunities to see lions, elephants, buffalos and rhinos live!

The webcam is constantly streaming however may well be in a different time zone from you so don't be surprised if it looks dark, it may well be night time in South Africa!

Like many others we prefer to see animals maintained in the wild as hundreds of thousands are in national parks across Africa. Check out our other live wildlife and national park webcams using the link below.



 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Kruger National Park



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Kruger park itself is Africa's largest game reserve covering an area of 7,523 sq miles (for comparative purposes Wales covers 8,000 sq miles) and is home to some 147 species of mammals from 27,000 buffalo to 17,797 zebra, nearly 12,000 elephants and 90,000 impala together with 1,500 lions and about 1000 leopards. It is also home to around 114 species of reptiles including 3000 crocodiles.

Take a virtual tour of Kruger National Park in the video about left and see a wide range of Africa wildlife in their natural habitat as the safari jeep travels through the park. Then check out our interactive map of Kruger

 
 


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