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The Kenyan Highlands, along with the Great Rift Valley, are home to the “big 5” African animals (elephants, buffalos, leopards, lions and rhinos) which draw thousands of visitors to Kenya ever year.Select a route or county on the left to see a list of incidents from that area.Only routes and counties with one or more incidents are listed in the list to the left.Just take a photo with the camera and it will automatically be added and uploaded. BELOW IS THE LINK TO SHOW WHICH BROWSERS supports it And this link gives you an idea of how you can access it(sample code). App Mobi HTML5 SDK once promised access to native device functionality - including the camera - from an HTML5-based app, but is no longer Google-owned. I don't know of any way to access a mobile phone's camera from the web browser without some additional mechanism (i.e.