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Snapshot Serengeti

Help us explore the secret life of the Serengeti! Our cameras track the movement of thousands upon thousands of animals migrating with and following the wildebeest migration.

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With Snapshot Safari, we aim to start a new era in monitoring the health of Africa's most important wildlife areas. These classifications will help conservationists learn what management strategies work best to protect these iconic species. ~Craig Packer

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About Snapshot Serengeti

Hundreds of camera traps in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, are providing a powerful new window into the dynamics of Africa’s most elusive wildlife species. We need your help to classify all the different animals caught in millions of camera trap images. This grid of camera traps has been operating continuously since 2010 and has produced millions of images, which our amazing volunteers classified!

Click "Blog->" to the right to access the Snapshot Serengeti blog, where you will find out all of the latest happenings in the Serengeti.

Classified data and bulk image downloads for Seasons 1-13 of Snapshot Serengeti are available through the [Labeled Image Library of Alexandria (LILA)( Additional ecological metadata available upon request by emailing Sarah Huebner of the University of Minnesota Lion Center at with details about your research questions.

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