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GeoSafari® Jr. Talking Wildlife Camera™


Look, listen, and learn! Go on a safari viewing adventure with the GeoSafari® Jr. Talking Wildlife Camera.



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Age: 4+ years

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From Learning Resources, this toy camera picture viewer is perfect for animal loving kids to view high-resolution images while learning cool facts about animals from Wildlife Warrior, Australia Zoo’s Robert Irwin.

The Talking Wildlife Camera has 2 modes of play:

Listen and learn: View 130 HD images including some of Robert’s own award-winning photography and listen as Robert shares over 120 amazing facts about animals.

Test your knowledge: Switch to Quiz mode where you’ll find over 120 questions about wildlife. The comfy double eyepiece is designed for super-easy, up-close photo viewing, and a frustration-free play experience every time.

Camera measures approx. 19cm L x 22cm W x 13cm H. Tripod measures approx. 15cm L x 15cm H x 20cm H.

Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included). Note: Camera does not take pictures.

Additional information

Weight 1.13 kg
Dimensions 203 × 254 × 140 mm

What our testers said

“Lions live in a pride, I heard that in the Lion King.” – Girl aged 7

“I got that question right, salt water crocodiles are not the smallest.” – Boy aged 8

What our experts think

This talking play camera engages children’s observation and listening skills while encouraging them to explore wildlife and nature. The children found it easy to use and enjoyed answering the quiz questions and testing each other.

As children learn facts about wildlife, they develop their knowledge and are encouraged to use more scientific vocabulary. The camera also makes a great addition to imaginative role play, with children pretending they were on a jungle adventure, observing insects and bugs in the garden. Parents particularly liked the auto-switch off feature, meaning the camera switches itself off after a few minutes of not being used. 

Skills developed

– Encourages observation and listening skills

– Promotes scientific vocabulary 

– Makes great addition to imaginative role play