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Many of the animals in Africa that are killed by poachers are elephants, whose ivory tusks are sold on the black market.
The biggest threat to African animals is not poachers, but the growing population of humans.
US President Teddy Roosevelt famously embarked on an African hunting safari in 1909 and killed or captured over 10,000 animals.
Although many African countries have created national parks or wildlife conservation areas, African animals continue to be targeted by poachers.
This african animals webcam pans about 120 degrees from the fever trees just to the left of the hippo pool all the way upriver to Basking Beach. The view from the cam overlaps with that of the African River Wildlife Camera.
African Animals and humans African animals have long been under threat from humans.
The wild African landscape has been a favorite international hunting destination since the early 20th century.
Explore’s African Animals webcams are located in the highlands of Kenya at the Mpala Research Centre.
The African continent is home to over 1 billion people, up from around 250,000 people in the 1950s.
The demand and consumption of Africa’s resources and land has put severe pressure on African wildlife.
Cattle ranches and farmlands compete with the natural habitat of roaming animals like herds of gazelle and zebras.
Deforestation is a threat to the habitats of great apes in Africa like the lowland Gorilla and Chimpanzee.
African Animal Facts Africa is home to some of the most diverse wildlife on Earth; there are more than one million species of animals on this continent of 11 million square miles.
African animals are distributed throughout the continent’s deserts, rain forests, savannahs, valleys and mountains.