Situated at Sabi Sands and sharing a border with Kruger National Park, this is Africa's oldest webcam. The 65,000 hectare reserve is well populated with wild animals and has the highest density of big game in South Africa, mainly down to generational conservation projects and is reportedly the best place in Africa to see leopards. The Reserve The reserve is home to over 47 large mammal species, 300 species of birds and 57 species of reptile as well as smaller animals such as bats, small rodents. See what you can see in this animal webcam.
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