Wild Animal Safari – Georgia https://animalsafari.com/Georgia Nation's Best Drive-Thru Animal Park Wed, 14 Jun 2017 16:01:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/cropped-was512x512icon-1-32x32.png Wild Animal Safari – Georgia https://animalsafari.com/Georgia 32 32 White-Lined Gecko https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/white-lined-gecko/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/white-lined-gecko/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 16:01:17 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=15039 White-lined geckos are sometimes called skunk geckos because of the stripe going down their backs. The rest of their bodies are usually tan, brown, or green. They grow up to 10 inches long, and they mainly eat insects.

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Ball Python https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/ball-python/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/ball-python/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 15:47:26 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=15037 Ball pythons are also known as royal pythons. They are native to Africa, and they are the smallest of the pythons from this region–growing only four to six feet. They are nonvenomous, and they feast on rodents, mammals, and even birds.

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Western Hognose Snake https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/western-hognose-snake/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/western-hognose-snake/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 15:40:50 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=15035 Western hognose snakes grow between two and three feet long. They are native to savannas, plains, and prairies in Mexico and the United States. They eat eggs, frogs, toads, smaller snakes, and even insects. When provoked, they sometimes play dead!

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Catalina Macaw https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/catalina-macaw/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/catalina-macaw/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 15:28:27 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=15033 Catalina macaws are a hybrid of blue-and-gold macaws and scarlet macaws. It is a hybridization that occurs naturally in the wild. They have characteristics of both of its parent macaws, but it’s the father macaw whose genes are dominant and determine coloration.

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Green-Winged Macaw https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/green-winged-macaw/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/green-winged-macaw/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 15:14:18 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=15031 Green-winged macaws may resemble scarlet macaws, but they do not have any yellow feathers. As you can guess from their name, they have green feathers on the center of their wings. They are native to South and Central America, and they can live between 60 and 70 years.

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Scarlet Macaw https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/scarlet-macaw/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/scarlet-macaw/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 15:06:15 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=15028 They may be called scarlet macaws, but these birds also have blue, yellow, and green feathers. They are native to South American rainforests. Their beaks not only help them crush seeds and nuts, but they help them climb as well. They live between 40-50 years.

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Bactrian Camel https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/bactrian-camel/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/bactrian-camel/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 14:38:14 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=15024 Unlike dromedary camels, bactrian camels have two humps. These humps store fat that they use for energy. They can be found in Asian deserts, and they can live up to 50 years.

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Bennett’s Wallaby https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/bennetts-wallaby/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/bennetts-wallaby/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 14:31:26 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=15022 Bennett’s wallabies are also known as red-necked wallabies. They are native to Australia, and they eat grass, weeds, and foliage. They can grow as long as 35 inches tall, and their lifespan is about 9 years.

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Squirrel Monkey https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/squirrel-monkey/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/squirrel-monkey/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 14:26:11 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=15020 Squirrel monkeys are native to South and Central America. They spend most of their lives in trees. They are omnivores, and eat eggs, insects, fruits, lizards, and foliage. They can actually distinguish between colors, and they live 15-20 years.

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Spider Monkey https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/spider-monkey/ https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/spider-monkey/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 14:20:08 +0000 https://animalsafari.com/Georgia/?p=14799 Spider monkeys are native to Central and South American rainforests and Mexico. They move from tree to tree using their tails. It is in these treetops where they find their food, such as eggs, insects, foliage, and fruits. They live up to 22 years.

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