Kenya's Ministry of Tourism recently launched #KenyaLive, which enables internet users the world over to view big cats interacting in real-time via Twitter's Periscope app. At night, the film crew use infrared cameras to capture the animals in their natural habitat.
The camera crew say the managed to capture several spontaneous and surprising moments, like when a six-month-old lion attempted to climb a tree to hide out from a thunderstorm in Kenya's Olare Motorogi Conservancy.
The Kenyan government hopes to attract more tourists with this initiative by showcasing the types of animal interactions available on a typical safari.
Though spotting wildlife isn't necessarily difficult during the day (though it does require patience), few can experience the interaction between species at night.
For the next few days, however, anyone can see glimpse what happens in the animal kingdom once the sun goes down.
#KenyaLive is also streaming the release of a rehabilitated sea turtle back into the Indian Ocean at 2pm on January 17.
An underwater camera on the turtle's back will capture the turtle's journey along the reef.
Andre Van Kets (left) and Carel Verhoef are the creators of the website HerdTracker, which the Ministry of Tourism has partnered with for this initiative. Last year HerdTracker captured the great wildebeest migration.