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safari park

an enclosed park in which lions and other wild animals are kept uncaged in the open and can be viewed by the public from cars, etc.
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The new arrival joins four-year-old female tiger, Hope, who has lived at the Stirlingshire Safari Park since March 2018.
Blair Drummond Safari Park reopens to the public on Saturday March 23.
Bosses of the safari park have apologised to Vicky and have sent her PS250 as a goodwill gesture.
In an official statement to the Birthe Birmingham mingham Mail, the safari park park has has said sorry, but has declined to go into detail about the incident.
Many of the safari parks house other attractions, too, and they often have advance or online discounts.
"Safari parks are very well established now but back in 1971 they were a totally new concept, and the opening generated a huge amount of interest and excitement", he said.
VISITORS to Knowsley Safari Park are being given the chance to get up close and personal with some unusual rainforest species.
Blair Drummond Safari Park quietly opened its gates after hours on Friday for VIP guests from 16 Scottish charities.
CLASSIC car owners from the 1980s and earlier are to be given a chance to turn back the clock when Knowsley Safari Park marks its 40th birthday later this year.
TWO young lions due to be shot dead at a safari park won a reprieve last night, thanks to The Mirror.
Blair Drummond Safari Park opened to the public on May, 15, 1970.
To raise muchneeded funds, safari park staff are busy organising collections and competitions and giving visitors the chance to see unusual rainforest species.