Jennifer told ABC she’s not allowing her children on the internet now, saying “I just can’t chance it again.” She urges other parents to stay vigilant when it comes to their children’s online activities.Watch recently captured video from major highways in the Triangle area.Among the nine subspecies of giraffes, the West African and Rothschild’s are endangered, with fewer than 200 and more than 500, respectively, remaining in the wild.Giraffes face a number of threats including poaching, habitat loss in their feeding ranges, and the soaring human population growth.This work is critical for re-building Gulf fisheries that are essential to human communities and native wildlife like the osprey.Please consider supporting our work by making a donation today.Video clips show approximate time that the video was captured.Clips, taken from locations in Wake, Durham and Orange counties, last about 15 seconds are updated about every 4 minutes.
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When she isn't galloping around the savanna, we can enjoy barn time with the family.
With their towering height and big, wide-set searching eyes, giraffes act as the lookout for savanna wildlife in their native Africa. The population of giraffes has declined by more than 40% over the past 15 years with current estimates of only 80,000 individuals remaining in Africa.
Security experts said that the hackers likely found the family’s IP address by accessing her daughter’s i Pad through a video game the girls were playing, Jennifer said.
They apparently then took control of the cameras through the family’s modem and DVR system.