Go behind-the-scenes at the Seneca Park Zoo.
The Seneca Park Zoo has two African lion prides. One is comprised of three adults — Chester, Asha and Zuri — who all came to the Seneca Park Zoo in late 2011 from an animal park outside of Pretoria, South Africa.
The second pride is comprised of two juveniles — Savannah and Amali. Savannah, born on March 7, 2013, is the offspring of Chester and Asha. Amali joined the pride from the Bronx Zoo in July of 2013.
Thanks to the 13WHAM ZooCam, you can see these majestic felines whenever you want. The Cam is installed in a behind-the-scenes area of the Lion Exhibit, giving you a bird’s eye view of everything lion related. The lions live in the Zoo’s A Step Into Africa Exhibit, a can’t-miss attraction featuring elephants, lions, baboons and goats. Swing by to visit the Zoo’s residents who can’t be seen on this fantastic cam.