Secrets Of The Wild African Night | Waterhole: Africa's Animal Oasis | BBC Earth


Waterhole: Africa's Animal Oasis In a world-first, remote cameras are half-submerged in a specially built waterhole in Africa. What secret animal behaviour and new science will be revealed? Water is vital to all life, but how does an ecosystem evolve around a brand-new source? Rigged with a state-of-the-art camera system to film around the clock, this new waterhole in a water-stressed region in Tanzania doesn’t just give a lifeline to wildlife. It also provides an extraordinary eye-to-eye view of the action as animals including lions, baboons, elephants, giraffes and cape buffalo gather around it. As the seasons shift, discover how water shapes the behaviour of Africa’s most iconic animals, and get a unique perspective on the inner workings of the African savannah.

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This is just superb photography. The cutting edge thermal images highlight even the eyebrows of the water buffaloes. BTW why do I see some thumbs down . What were they disappointed about ? WOW! What u learn from thermal! It Never occurred to me a giraffe spots were anything more than identifying or surface beauty! To attract a mate or know who's family they belong to.
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