At Out of Africa Park

Trip Start Dec 24, 2010
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Trip End Jun 01, 2011


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Thursday, January 6, 2011

We got to the park at ten this morning.  The animals, some of which have been rescued, live in a natural environment. We took a bus tour through the area of the antelope and other animals of the plain. Later we walked along the roads of the park, observing several varieties of cat.  It was a good day, warming into the fifties by two o'clock.  The pictures will tell the story.  If you're able to identify any of them, let me know.  I know that if Zach reads this, he'll have the answers... The program insisted that I add titles to the pics, thus some of the lame titles... Thanks to TJ for two IDs...

Lynn's Take:  It was a beautiful, blue sky, sunny day today for our trip to the Out of Africa park.  Although you could go throughout the park in busses, we decided to go on foot.   In one area, they had a white bengal tiger and a black African leopard together.  Although the tiger was twice the size of the leopard, they had to separate them during feeding, because the leopard would take the tiger's food!  One of the guides told us that he feared the zebras more than the cats, because they can easily take off a man's arm with their bite and without provocation.  The staff was very informative and knew the animals well.  You could tell that they enjoyed their work.  Enjoy the pictures, especially you, Gabe...
 


 

 
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