Africam: live from the wild | WWF
Sit back and relax as Africam brings you images from their webcams that are always on and always watching popular waterholes in protected areas of southern Africa. See elephants, giraffes, zebras, hyenas and other species in the wild from your computer at home.



 

27 Jul 2015

Collapsing elephant populations see EU halt imports of trophies from Tanzania and Mozambique

26 Feb 2014

Famous cookie sellers raise money for a sniffer dog patrol

25 Feb 2014

Real life superhero Emma Stone helps WWF protect tigers, rhinos and eles at ehour.me/EHpuppies

17 Jan 2014

Record number of rhino poaching deaths in South Africa last year

06 Jan 2014

Top ivory consumer China destroys tusks seized from traffickers

02 Dec 2013

UN data shows 22,000 elephants killed in 2012, down from 25,000 in 2011, but still far too many.

15 Nov 2013

US destroys six tons of ivory in message to wildlife traffickers. 

30 Oct 2013

Statement - The remains of three wild Asian elephants were found on Monday inside the protected ...

16 Oct 2013

WWF-Kenya hands over 1000 microchips and 5 scanners to the Kenya Wildlife Service today.

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 The WWF Wildlife Crime Scorecard report selects 23 range, transit and consumer countries from Asia and Africa facing the highest levels of illegal trade in elephant ivory, rhino horn and tiger parts.

WWF Camera Traps

Elephant caught on camera in Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa.
© Elephant caught on camera in Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa. © WWF

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