Watch The Wild Animals Live, From Africa
National Geographic has a wild live cam at a place called Pete's Pond in Botswana Africa. It is a watering hole during the dry season and all of the animals come to drink. It is one of the most fascinating site you will find. It is on 24/7 and also fun to watch the elephants and other animals night or day.
If you check out the site, they have a list of what wild things will appear at some time or another. You can hear them and then see them. They will get into the pond to play and wash or just come down for a drink of water. Warning, you might not be able to stop watching.
You can click on the screen to make in larger in another window. I keep it on for hours and just keep it in the background till I hear something going on, or just check on it once in awhile.
It usually starts in August when the dry season is upon the area and runs through Nov. when the rainy season begins. The Warthogs are interesting to watch as is everything that shows up.
Clicking on the National Geographic site will fill you in on how it all came about and what to look for. Humans actually are there to move and focus the camera. Just because it is night, don't let that stop you from watching as you can still see what is going on. They are 7 hours ahead of our time. Oh yeah, there is a crocodile in the pond that can cause some havoc when it makes an appearance. Enjoy!