Three Bears, No Goldilocks
Polar bear Ilka and her twin cubs take a cool swim in the Scandinavian Wildlife Park, Denmark last week. Ilka is also mother to famed bear, Siku, and the summer has the family practicing their swim moves. Click here to keep reading. 

(Thanks to Kathleen [tundra-voice cam op] for the snapshot!)

Three Bears, No Goldilocks

Polar bear Ilka and her twin cubs take a cool swim in the Scandinavian Wildlife Park, Denmark last week. Ilka is also mother to famed bear, Siku, and the summer has the family practicing their swim moves. Click here to keep reading

(Thanks to Kathleen [tundra-voice cam op] for the snapshot!)

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Five Best Sunset/Sunrise Snapshots from Live Cams
From Turtle Bay, Hawaii to the grasslands on the Bison Live Cam, we have amazing and serene snapshots from viewers! Thank you thank you!  A little pink, purple and blue hues to ease us into Monday morning. - See all the shots here! 

Five Best Sunset/Sunrise Snapshots from Live Cams

From Turtle Bay, Hawaii to the grasslands on the Bison Live Cam, we have amazing and serene snapshots from viewers! Thank you thank you!  A little pink, purple and blue hues to ease us into Monday morning. - See all the shots here! 

Posted 17 hours ago

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Wild News
From the bigcatkingdom:

Bornean Clouded Leopard or Neofelis Diardi (by AIRphotoHD)
The Sunda or Bornean Clouded Leopard was only identified to science in 2006, when genetic research indicated they were a separate species from the mainland Clouded Leopard Neofelis nebulosa. They have been separated from the mainland population for 2.8 million years.

"The Sunda clouded leopard is probably restricted to the Indonesian islands of Borneo and Sumatra. In Borneo, they occur in lowland rainforest, and at lower density, in logged forest.” Read more at Wikipedia and WWF, and check out our rare sighting of an African leopard on the African Wildlife Live Cam this week! 

Wild News

From the bigcatkingdom:

Bornean Clouded Leopard or Neofelis Diardi (by AIRphotoHD)

The Sunda or Bornean Clouded Leopard was only identified to science in 2006, when genetic research indicated they were a separate species from the mainland Clouded Leopard Neofelis nebulosa. They have been separated from the mainland population for 2.8 million years.

"The Sunda clouded leopard is probably restricted to the Indonesian islands of Borneo and Sumatra. In Borneo, they occur in lowland rainforest, and at lower density, in logged forest.” Read more at Wikipedia and WWF, and check out our rare sighting of an African leopard on the African Wildlife Live Cam this week! 

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Colors of the Underwater Rainbow 
The fish are jumping this summertime in Katmai National Park and our new Underwater Live Bear & Salmon Cam gives you every angle of action.
Salmon “live in the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and are anadromous, which means most types of salmon are born in fresh water, migrate to the sea, and return to freshwater to reproduce, or ‘spawn.’ Salmon appearance varies greatly from species to species.
Click here to keep reading. 

Colors of the Underwater Rainbow 

The fish are jumping this summertime in Katmai National Park and our new Underwater Live Bear & Salmon Cam gives you every angle of action.
Salmon “live in the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and are anadromous, which means most types of salmon are born in fresh water, migrate to the sea, and return to freshwater to reproduce, or ‘spawn.’ Salmon appearance varies greatly from species to species.

Click here to keep reading. 

Posted 1 day ago

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Five Best African Wildlife Cams Snapshots of the Week
Check out the five best African River Wildlife Live Cam snapshots from our viewers this week! We have beautiful vistas, elephants, long-neck giraffes - - no unicorns this time, but a rare leopard sighting! 
See them all here! 

Five Best African Wildlife Cams Snapshots of the Week

Check out the five best African River Wildlife Live Cam snapshots from our viewers this week! We have beautiful vistas, elephants, long-neck giraffes - - no unicorns this time, but a rare leopard sighting!

See them all here! 

Posted 2 days ago

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