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Free Teacher’s Days!

Don’t miss our Free Teacher’s Days! On September 29th and 30th, all teachers with IDs get in free with all tickets purchased in person at the gate. Their guests only pay half price. No matter what kind of teacher you are, as long as you have an ID, then you get free admission! This offer is not good with any other offer, including online tickets. There is a limit of…

Animal Corner — Baby Lemurs

Have you seen our beautiful baby lemurs? They live in our walkabout, and they are absolutely adorable riding around on their parents’ backs! Stop by and see the lemurs in person, along with all the other baby animals we have right now at the park. Until you get a chance to visit, watch the video below to see how cute these babies are: 

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Season Passes at the Park

You asked, and we answered. Wild Animal Safari now offers season passes! They are good for all ages, and they are $50 apiece.  Season passes are good for a year from your date of purchase. Plus there are no limits whatsoever on how often you can visit the park throughout the year! With a season pass, you can even ride the amusement park rides as many times as you want!…

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Animal Corner — Liger

The liger is the largest cat species in the world. They occur when a male lion and a female tiger mate. Males can weigh up to 900 pounds and stand around 12 feet tall on their hind legs. Females are slightly smaller, but still large for a cat. While male ligers may be larger than their lion counterparts, they do grow smaller manes. Now when a female lion and a…

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Animal Corner — Meet the Baby Giraffe!

This is our new baby giraffe, Blossom! Blossom is two months old, and she is already seven feet tall. At birth, she was six feet tall, so she is definitely “blossoming” quickly! When fully grown, she will be around 17 feet and weigh around 2,000 pounds. Blossom joins her fellow giraffe Sheldon right here at Wild Animal Safari. They live in the walkabout, so you can pet and feed both…

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Animal Corner–Elk

Elk are also known as wapiti. This is the Native American word for “light-colored deer.” They can live between eight to twelve years. A group of them is called a gang, and they are herbivores who mostly eat grass, foliage, and wood. Only males grow antlers. Females do not have antlers, like the one pictured above.  While elk and deer are related, they are not exactly the same animals. They…

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Animal Corner — Dromedary Camels

Dromeday camels  have only one hump. They can be found in North Africa and Western Asia. They are much more common than Bactrian camels, those with two humps. Both types are primarily found in hot climates like deserts, although some are located in colder climates. They are herbivores, so their diet mainly consists of grass, seeds, grains, oats, and leaves. Despite what you may have heard, camels do not store…

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Animal Corner — Zebras

Zebras are more than just “horses with stripes.” These animals are native to Africa, ranging from Kenya and Ethiopia to South Africa and Namibia. There are three types: plains, Grevy’s, and mountain. Of these three, plains zebras are the most common with six subspecies. Their coat helps keep them cool in the hot African heat, dispelling the majority of the sun’s rays. A zebra’s stripes do more than simply make…

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Animal Corner–Preparing for Winter at Wild Animal Safari

For several of our animals, the winter season presents many challenges at the park. Some animals come from parts of the world that do not experience cold winter weather.They have not adapted to these cooler temperatures, so it is up to us to help them get through it. Here are a few of the steps we take to protect our animals and keep them warm during these often frigid months:…