Live streamers have been warned that live streams of lions are now the only way to find out what’s happening in the wild.
The BBC says its “Live Lion” app will no longer offer live streams from the lion’s den, and the site will no more show lions in their natural habitats.
Live Lion is now just a URL, and it doesn’t even show you the lions’ current location.
Instead, it’ll show you what the lions are doing at the moment.
But that’s not what it should be doing.
We have a responsibility to ensure that live video is available to the public at all times.
We need to be sure that all live video streams we make are properly protected.
We have a duty to ensure we’re not inadvertently exposing lions to danger.
However, the live streamers are not the only ones who might be worried.
The BBC has also published a warning about live streams, with a “Help guide” on its site explaining what to do when you encounter a live streamer.
You’ll need to check the URL for Live Lion to find a live feeder, and you’ll have to be cautious.
You can only watch lions from the den where they’re living.
Here’s what to look out for, and how to find your next live stream.
Live streamers who can’t find the live feeders for the lion live on: The website is still live.com/livelive lion, so check there if you want to find live lion, or if you have a live video feeder in your area.
The BBC advises users not to leave messages on Live Lion.
They’ll get a “kill” message, but the live feeds won’t show up.
If you do leave a message, you can ask a live lion to return to its den and stop filming, or you can email Live Lion support.
If you want your live feed to be shown, you’ll need a live camera or a camcorder.
The BBC advises that people should only take pictures of animals they’re legally allowed to see.
The live streams aren’t available for those, but you can record wildlife videos.
If they don’t work, the BBC will tell you why.
If Live Lion is still offering live streams to the general public, they’ll still show the lions at the lion den.
This is the same as if they were still showing the lions in the lion pen.
But this is because they have permission to do so.
Live Lion won’t offer live feeds to the UK public unless they have a licence to do that.
Live Lion says it’s working with the BBC to get a licence.
It’s not clear whether the BBC is complying with the licence terms.
BBC iPlayer is still the best way to watch live feeds of lions, and is also the only place you can watch the lion cubs for free.
You can use it to watch the cubs in their den and take pictures, or to listen to them talk.
Here’s the full list of live feeds available on the BBC iPlayer app: It will show you which lions are living, what they’re doing, and where they are, but it won’t display the lion population numbers.
Live Lion won, however, show you a map of the lion breeding grounds, where you can listen to what they say.