Pete's Pond on Mashatu

Pete's Pond on Mashatu

August 27, 2012 at 9:51pm on Pete's Pond on Mashatu 12,798 followers

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Pete's Pond on Mashatu

Pete's Pond on Mashatu

Pets, Animals - Wild Animals

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Pete's Pond is a waterhole on Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana, Africa. It is a famous webcam that began on National Geographic's wildcam and is now hosted and operated by WildEarth.

The camera is mounted overlooking the waterhole along with a microphone and floodlights that switch on automatically at night.

The camera is controlled by volunteer 'zoomies' over the Internet, who Tweet 'sightings' @wildearth.

A great variety of wildlife will come to drink at the pond including herds of elephant, eland, impala, lions, warthogs, baboons and many more.

Stick around and watch for a while, you are sure to become a 'pondie'.