Kenya - Tsavo East National Park live cam

Elephants, giraffes, buffaloes, zebras, leopards and other animals live from Savannah


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    • 2 hours ago
    • "anne brum"

    hi all, thnx mandy, just missed him. i caught him yesterday for first time in weeks. thnx for your pics i look forward to them. hope you getting down time and tc stay safe everyone.

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    • 2 hours ago
    • "C D R"

    I saw a group of elephants and a hippo along came what looked like a lion . the elephants were not happy and stared protesting

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    • 3 hours ago
    • "MandyP"

    19.13 Henry gone for walk-about

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    • 16 hours ago
    • "Aphrodite M Wirtz"

    Black cat 05:37.

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    • 21 hours ago
    • "KelKel"

    I’ve seen him lots of times before but never asleep, his brave

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    • 22 hours ago
    • "Deborah Schroeder"

    00:16 KelKel yes the resident cat many have been talking about. He comes out and all the birds leave. His favorite spot.

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    • 22 hours ago
    • "KelKel"

    Is that the black cat sleeping by the small pool

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    • 1 day ago
    • "MICHAEL LUND MARKUSSEN"

    Waterbuck males have horns but the females dont. So if you see waterbucks with small horns they are young males.

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    • 2 days ago
    • "Wisconsin Pam"

    07:30 Beautiful morning. Everything's so lush and green. Several water bucks walking around. Youngsters
    running and playing. One large water buck with large horns. Is that a male? Do the females have smaller
    horns?

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    • 3 days ago
    • "MICHAEL LUND MARKUSSEN"

    Henry the hippo was a hippo at Cincinnati Zoo that died in 2017. I think that is where the name came from.

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    • 3 days ago
    • "Deborah Schroeder"

    16:39 Mandy, Robert and Alan-thanks for the answer. I was on Kenya comments then and I can't remember where the name came from-it just appeared. I love it and if it is a 'Brit thing', even more fun.

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    • 3 days ago
    • "ALAN JEFFREY"

    Hi Deborah. Henry was named way back in early 2019 when he first appeared.
    Sadly I cannot remember the lady's name who christened him.
    They were heady days when we were getting hundreds of elephants at the waterhole regularly, then Henry appeared. We also used to get regular sightings of Lion in the evenings, Happy days. It is much quiter now, especially with so much rain around. Stay safe.

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    • 3 days ago
    • "Robert McC"

    @"Deborah Schroeder" Hi I think the hippo being named Henry is a Brit thing. I have seen 3 other Hippo's on other cams in Africa.

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    • 4 days ago
    • "MandyP"

    Hi Deborah. Good to hear from you. I'm sorry you didn't get your vaccination and I hope you don't have to wait too long for it. I did have mine as I'm a healthcare worker. I haven't got the next one until March. I seem to remember that when the waterhole cam was on in Zambia there was a hippo which was called Henry and that name came to the hippo here when the cam there stopped. I might be wrong though as it was talked about a while back. I hope you are Ok with all that is going on over there. Take care

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    • 4 days ago
    • "Deborah Schroeder"

    19:41 hey Mandy! Hi to Hetherkins and welcome to Kenya, glad you got to see our resident hippo-Henry. Does anyone remember how he got to be called Henry or who suggested the name? Been to several other sites today and saw many names I know, but they were several months old. Hope we all can get together more often. I missed the cut of 70 for the next round of vaccine so I guess I will be end of February or into March. I will be 70 in April so, just missed it. all stay safe and be careful.

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    • 4 days ago
    • "Hetherkins"

    My first hippo!