Animals Caught on the World’s Most Remote Hidden Cameras

Hidden deep inside some of the most remote wilderness in the world — the middle of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, the Nam Kading Valley — there are 1,020 camera traps. Placed there by field biologists, these cameras spring to life when any movement occurs in their field of vision, and have collected over three terabytes of images — over 2.2 million in all — over the past eight years. The database grows daily.

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