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Welcome to MojoStreaming Wildlife Network, your go-to destination for all things wildlife conservation. Join us on a captivating journey into the world of preserving our planet's most precious species, featuring renowned conservationist Lauren Arthur, known for her work with Nat Geo's Wildlife Preserver.

In this engaging video, we dive deep into the challenges and triumphs of wildlife conservation efforts around the globe. Lauren Arthur, with her expertise and passion for protecting nature, takes us on a fascinating exploration of the strategies and initiatives that are making a difference in preserving biodiversity.

An accomplished wildlife presenter, zoologist (BSc), and marine biologist (MSc) Lauren Arthur with love for conservation and creative natural history storytelling. Currently presenting LIVE wildlife broadcasts twice daily from the Kruger National Park, South Africa, for Wild Earth.

Previously covered LIVE broadcasts from the Masai Mara, Kenya, in early 2019, both during the day and nighttime game drives, using infrared low light technology, thermal FLIR cameras, and drones. Completed a successful pioneering project presenting LIVE from underwater in the Cayman Islands, answering viewers’ questions in real-time for Wild Earth.

Presented LIVE TV shows for SABC, CGTN, and Nat Geo Wild. Voice-over artist for post-produced documentary series Predator Bloodlines. I love adventure, traveling, educating people about wildlife above or below the surface, and creating innovative content to reach out to audiences across the globe.

Join us as we celebrate the captivating world of wildlife conservation and learn how you can make a difference. Subscribe to MojoStreaming Wildlife Network for more inspiring content featuring experts like Lauren Arthur and stay tuned for ways to get involved in conservation efforts in your own community. Together, we can protect and preserve our planet's incredible biodiversity for generations to come.

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