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Explore’s African Animals webcams are located in the highlands of Kenya at the Mpala Research Centre.

The Kenyan Highlands, along with the Great Rift Valley, are home to the “big 5” African animals (elephants, buffalos, leopards, lions and rhinos) which draw thousands of visitors to Kenya ever year.

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