Remote controlled cameras have been introduced in Masai Mara National Park in Kenya which is famous for the lions.
These cameras will help people know what is taking place in the park and they have been introduced by the brainchild of brothers William, Mathew and Burrard-Lucas from London.
The remote controlled device completed with a canon 1Ds Mark III and in 2009, the brothers designed the very first Beetle Camera and had been tested in Tanzania before they introduced the new and improved Beetle Cam Mark II.
With this Beetle Cameras on the back of an Open top jeep, the brothers have been able to view a group of seven cubs and a male adult lion.
Masai Mara Park has a number of wildlife like the wildebeests, zebras, giraffes, lion, hyena, elephants and others and is famous for the annual migration of a million wildlife looking for green pastures during the dry season.