The following videos each show rare or endangered species caught by camera traps in the wild. Enjoy!
This Coati family (a Central and South American raccoon-like species) shows off in this video, but some reports indicate that loss of habitat threatens the species. Unlike suburban raccoons, they may not adapt to human environments.
Never heard of it? Neither had we. The Tanzanian antelope is rarely seen. This may be the only footage.
A new species of elephant shrew, this guy was captured on film in Tanzania.
Page 1: Camera trap wildlife videos of a rare Sumatran tigress and her cubs, a charging rhino and a vampire bat.
Page 2: Camera trap wildlife videos of a baby giant anteater (or is that a giant baby anteater?), a black bear scratching its back, armadillo babies and Alaskan scavengers making slow work of a moose carcass.
Page 3: Camera trap wildlife videos of an angry elephant, an otter feeding on fish and a hedgehog sharing a moment with a kitty in the garden.
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