I've been involved with the citizen science project "Wildcam Gorongosa" for over half a year now (website, forum). As there are lots of unexperienced volunteers, many questions are being asked. Often I'd like to answer, but also not having a biology background I usually have to do some research first to give an accurate answer. For this reason, I'm looking for informative, up-to-date online resources, like e.g. search engines, animal guides etc.
I have come across a few websites that give some information on animals in the whole of Africa (e.g. ultimateungulate.com) - but I wonder if there are more suitable places to go if I'm specifically looking for animals in Mozambique (or even Gorongosa National Park). I'm still relatively new to the topic - where would a scientist involved with research on Mozambican ecology go and look for this kind of "specific" information? As the project deals with pictures taken by wildlife cameras, I am only interested in animals of a certain size (I guess rat-sized and larger). I'd be happy to find e.g. more information on the appearance of each species, its geographic distribution, their respective habitats and their general behavior.
I realize that this question is somewhat broad - please do ask ahead, I'll try to add details if necessary!