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Live South Africa Elephants Water Hole Streaming Webcam Tembe Elephant Park

Friday, July 22nd, 2016

Watch African Elephants LIVE in the WILD by viewing this YouTubeLive video streaming hosted Tembe Elephant Park Elephants Watching Cam in the Tembe Elephant Park at the Maputaland Animals Game Reserve in the KwaZulu-Natal area of South AfricaAfrica

View African Elephants LIVE visiting the Tembe Water Hole at the Maputaland Game Reserve by watching this LIVE YouTube streaming video hosted Tembe Elephant Park webcam  Also watch LIVE antelope – lions – leopards – black and white buffalo as well as many African bird special visit the Tembe Water Hole at the Tembe Elephant Park at the Maputaland Animals Birds Game Reserve in South Africa by viewing this LIVE South Africa Tembe Water Hole Cam

Tembe Elephants Water Hole Cam Tembe Elephants Park

Tembe Elephants Water Hole Cam Tembe Elephants Park


The Tembe Elephant Park is a South African Game Reserve in Maputaland at the KwaZulu-Natal area of South Africa.  The Tembe Elephant Park was established in 1983 to protect Elephants which used to migrate between Maputaland and southern Mozambique. These elephants were traumatised by poaching during the civil war in Mozambique so the Tembe Elephant Park was only opened to the public in 1991. The park is now home to 250 elephants which are the largest in the world and ISILO the largest living tusker in the southern hemisphere .

Tembe Elephants Park Live Water Hole Webcam

Tembe Elephants Park Live Water Hole Webcam

Watch LIVE the Elephants and other African Wild animals and birds visiting the popular Tembe Water Hole at the Tembe Elephant Park in the Maputaland Game Reserve in South Africa by viewing this LIVE streaming Tembe Elephants Water Hole webcam

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Live-streaming, interactional high resolution webcam of the Elephant Safari Park & Lodge from Taro, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Sunday, August 24th, 2014

Watch the elephants LIVE from the Elephant Safari Park in beautiful Bali, Indonesia. The EarthCam high resolution, live-streaming webcam has fully interactional features so you can pan across the park and zoom in to see the elephants majestic features – LIVE on your computer or mobile phone

The Elephant Safari Park is in Taro a small place just 15 kilometers from Ubud, Bali in Indonesia. It is considered to offers a unique opportunity to get close and personal with these magnifiscent mammals by walking with them, having an opportunity to touch and hand feed them and to take a ride on their back.

You can observe the elephants gather at the bathing pool;  see them entering the water to cool down from the mid-day sun or wade across with someone on their back by watcfhing this live streaming Bali Elephants webcam in Indonesia

You will be able to tell which ones are the elephants as they will be the only ones sporting the grey trunks! See them LIVE on Webcam –  HERE




Elephants are beautiful and sensitive giants. They are revered for their strength, dexterity and wisdom: they commonly show grief, humor, compassion, cooperation, self-awareness, playfulness, and have excellent learning abilities.   Elephants are some of the most intelligent animals on Earth. Their brains weigh 5kg, much more than the brain of any other land animal. No wonder then that the elephant supposedly ‘never forgets’!  Studies of herds in their natural habitat have led to some interesting facts that may be less well known – did you know that homosexual mating is well documented between elephants and happens all year round?

However a bull (male) and cow (female) elephant will only come together to mate during the cows brief, few days of fertility per year. The bull attempts to woo the cow with affectionate nudges and snuggles and if the cow returns the gestures this courtship period will last about 20 minutes before copulation begins. Once pregnant, a cow will have a 22 month pregnancy which is longer than any other mammal on Earth. When newborn, baby elephants are initially blind and some take to sucking their trunk for comfort in the same way that humans suck their thumbs. At the end of their life, elephants, like humans, grieve for their loved ones and have rituals to aid their process of mourning. Sometimes they even get depressed. On that sad note, do you know what the elephant said to the man who grabbed it by the tail?  That is the end of me!

View the Live Streaming Bali Elephants webcam – HERE