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Hidden cameras snap rare animals in Kenya

Scientists laid camera-traps which take photos when animals walks past. Check out what they found!
This is one of Africa’s most endangered forest antelope called the Aders’ duiker, snapped by hidden cameras in a forest in northern Kenya.
Aders’ duiker, a critically endangered forest antelope
The forest is under threat from being chopped down. Animal experts want it protected to save all the animals including big cats like this caracal.
Caracal captured on a camera trap (Image: ZSL)
The scientists snapped loads of different animals including lions, leopards and this crested porcupine.
Crested porcupine captured on a camera trap (Image: ZSL)
Scientists laid 52 camera-traps which take photos when an animal walks past. Check out this family of yellow baboons!
Yellow baboon group captured on a camera trap in Kenya (Image: ZSL)
This curious leopard looks like he spotted one of the cameras, and came right up to it for a close-up!
Leopard captured by a camera trap (Image: ZSL)
The team from the Zoological Society of London also caught some hyenas strolling past. They reckon they could even find animals that have never been seen before!
Spotted hyena captured on a camera trap (Image: ZSL)