Will Burrard-Lucas: Caught on BeetleCam! Lions, elephants and buffalo pictured by ingenious crawling camera in African savannah

Caught on BeetleCam! Lions, elephants and buffalo pictured by ingenious crawling camera in African savannahThe cameras are used by Londoner Will Burrard-Lucas to capture imagesThe 29-year-old moved to Zambia for a year with his doctor wifeHas recently captured a leopard for the first time using BeetleCam | UPDATED: 15:33 GMT, 23 December 2012 Lazing about in the African sun, these lions have no idea their actions are being caught on BeetelCam. Because the remote-controlled camouflaged cameras is allowing Will Burrard-Lucas to capture intimate snaps of some of the continents most fearsome animals, without the risk of being savaged. The 29-year-old, from London, stands about 55 yards away before using a model aeroplane remote to deploy the homemade roving machines into the paths of lions, elephants and buffalo roaming on the plains of the South Luangwa National Park, in Zambia.

Young male lion rescued from wire snare that was trapped round his neck for three years in Tanzania

Incredible story of how the lion condemned to death when his neck was caught in a poacher's snare survived for THREE YEARS after he was fed by his brothers and sisters Lion first spotted with the snare caught around its neck in Mikumi National park in Tanzania in 2009The snare was slowly garroting him to death as he grew in size Varying terrain meant that several attempts to tranquilise the male lion failed But he was kept alive by his pride of lions who brought him food Rangers at Mikumi National Park finally managed to free the lion in August The lion was recently snapped in the wild on the road to recovery | UPDATED: 22:46 GMT, 23 December 2012 A young male lion caught in a snare which slowly tightened around his neck as he grew older has been saved after a rescue operation was launched. The lion was first spotted trapped in the snare in Mikumi National park in Tanzania back in 2009 but several attempts to rescue him failed

Moment lioness slows down fleeing antelope by launching herself on to its back

The buck stops here: Moment lioness slows down fleeing antelope by launching herself on to its back…Sadly, creature did not stand a chance after lion ambush at MalaMala game reserve in South Africa | UPDATED: 13:52 GMT, 3 December 2012 This is the incredible moment a brave antelope tried to shake off a hungry lioness – by trying to launch her into the air. The beast became the lion's prime target for dinner, after it ran directly into a hungry pride at the MalaMala game reserve, in South Africa. When the young lioness finally caught up with the panicking bull, he clearly wasn't about to give up without a fight – and tried to launch the lion through the air after putting in an almighty buck