November 1, 2001 -- From Dr. M. A. Clark, a teacher from Fort Worth, Texas who is affiliated with the site
WhoZoo offers a preview of animals that can be seen at the Fort Worth Zoo. Over 150 animal profiles have been written by students at Texas Wesleyan University. Each is illustrated with photos of animals at the zoo. The species accounts can be located from a page for each vertebrate class, from the image gallery, or by using a search utility on the site. For fun, WhoZoo also offers puzzles and a postcard page.
May 31, 2000 -- From John and Mary Ellen Fields, a reader from L.A., Ca who is affiliated with the site
This site contains many photos of African wildlife, zoo animals and underwater sea creatures along with information about all the animals. There is a new “For kids” section (for younger children)with coloring pages that can be downloaded and a Zoo Book.
January 16, 2000 -- From Margaret Wissman, D.V.M., a reader from Florida, USA who is affiliated with the site
Specializing in avian and exotic medicine and surgery, dedicated to avian medicine and stewardship, and the captive conservation of marmosets and tamarins.
December 29, 1999 -- From John Casey, a reader from Rapid City, South Dakota who is affiliated with the site
Bear Country U.S.A. is a drive thru wildlife park in the Black Hills of South Dakota. On our Web page we have various things like an animal information and virtual tour section.
September 30, 1999 -- From James Lytton, a reader from London, England who is not affiliated with the site
Two excitingly different wild animal parks, created by John Aspinall and dedicated to the preservation of rare and endangered animals, now online through webcams, 360 degree camera virtual tours and lots and lots of accessable information on all the animals they house, conserve and breed.
July 21, 1999 -- From a 17 year old from Reading, England who is affiliated with the site
This site is primarily about animals in captivity, but it has a lot of information about big cats, elephants, wolves, and orca amongst others. It is updated regularly and has a news section with information about what is going on in the world of animal welfare. It has some photos of different animals, but could have more. It is quick and easy to navigate though.
June 29, 1999 -- From a reader from Norwalk, CT USA who is not affiliated with the site
I love the postcard feature
June 28, 1999 -- From a reader from Sydney, Australia who is not affiliated with the site
A great site to just have on in the room while chatting to friends or teaching a class. Africam calls itself a virtual game reserve and features 10 cameras (which update every 30 seconds) trained on spots within affiliated game reserves. The site offers lots of educational tools aswell. With patience you can see lions, babboons, zebras, wildebeest, antelope, giraffes, elephants, hyenas etc. etc. etc. All living in the wild!