Zambia - South Luangwa National Park live camView of hippos at Kaingo Camp's famous 'Hippo Hide'

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    • 28 minutes ago
    • Juliet Shenton

    We're starting the process now so the camera may go down shortly.

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    • 39 minutes ago
    • Juliet Shenton

    Thanks for pointing that out @Adrian Allan, we'll see what we can do about it .

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    • 2 hours ago
    • Phil Branham

    @ P.L., no cheetahs in this part of Zambia

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    • 3 hours ago
    • Adrian Allain

    @ Juliet Shenton
    Sound. That's great news; thank you.
    A plea from many of us. I presume that there is a protective 'window' in front of the camera lens. Made of glass or perhaps transparent plastic. No doubt necessary for protection against splashes of dirty water. There is a nasty dark blemish from top to bottom near the middle which destroys the focus in that area. Is there anything that can be done to correct this please?

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    • 3 hours ago
    • Maureen Futerill

    Fingers crossed then Juliet for a sound cam by the end of the day

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    • 3 hours ago
    • P.L.

    Is that a cheetah on the large sand bar?

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    • 3 hours ago
    • P.L.

    That will be fantastic, can't wait to hear them. Thanks Julie

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    • 3 hours ago
    • Annette

    fantastic news Juliet, will bring the South Luangwa even closer now! Cant wait to be back next season with you and enjoy all of the senses of Zambia

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    • 3 hours ago
    • Juliet Shenton

    Hi Everyone, we're going to be attempting to add sound to this camera in the next few hours. The cam will go down for a short period. Bear with us - hopefully we'll have you fabulous hippo noises by the end of the day. Welcome @ Dave Kyle - the green birds are Lillian's Lovebirds. Two of the birds you see swooping past the camera are a breeding pair of wire tailed swallows who have a nest and their second set of eggs for the season. Gert's suggestion is a very good one, it's easy to get more than 100 species of birds at either location.

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    • 5 hours ago
    • Edek

    Great view of baboons bottom, left side of hole...can see them scanning for crocs.

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    • 8 hours ago
    • Anton Jimenez

    Yeah, one croc went off towards the bottom right and the other went left.

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    • 8 hours ago
    • Gert

    Are those fish I see in the little channel of water?

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    • 8 hours ago
    • Gert

    07:00 So the crocodile has moved on? I do not see it anymore.

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    • 9 hours ago
    • Anton Jimenez

    What are there drinking on the top right? A bit difficult to tell at that distance.