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African Elephant Web Cams

African Elephant web cams allow you to view elephants without leaving the comfort of your computer chair. There are several elephant web cams available at such places as sanctuaries, zoos or even cams of elephants in the wild.

Many times the elephant cams have both Asian and African elephants, but you can distinguish the African elephants easily by their larger ears!

When you view an elephant cam, you will normally see an elephant image on the screen. The refresh times for the cams vary, but normally the elephant cam picture will update every few minutes. You can usually find the date and time of the last update on the web site. Many times the sites also list the temperature or weather conditions for the location.

At night, the elephant web cam may not be visible due to the low light conditions. Most web cams will appear dark at that time or will display a previous picture from the camera.  The hours of operation of the web cam are normally listed on the site.

Elephant web cams are a perfect opportunity for school children to be able to observe elephants as part of a classroom experience, but the cameras are also enjoyable to all elephant lovers.

Here is a list of some of the elephant web cams that are available:

San Diego Zoo
The zoo has several African elephants visible from their elephant zoo cam.

The Elecam
This elephant web cam is from African elephant section of The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, located in Hohenwald.

Indianapolis Zoo Cam
The Indianapolis zoo is home to several African elephants which you can view on their elephant cam.

Enjoy the elephant web cams!