The zoo's hedge maze, planted in 2003, is 3.2 km long. It has two parts; one is a large rectangle in green beech (representing Noah's Ark), in the other part seven 'monster animals' outlined in copper beech. Green beech cuttings are used to feed the camels and giraffes.
Okavango River "the river which never finds the sea"
Huge River delta (> 6,000 sq miles) which drains into the Kalahari Desert
Home to lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, and wild dog. It is in these forest fringes and savanna grasslands that elephants and giraffes can be found browsing with antelope of almost every kind, from buffalo, wildebeest, and kudu, to sable, roan and impala.<...
Knowsley Safari Park is a tourist attraction in the town of Prescot, in the borough of Knowsley near Liverpool, England. Situated on the famous estate of Lord Derby, the vast reserve is home to many different animals including elephants, giraffes, lions, tigers and baboons. The Derby Estate have a tradition of keeping animals, ever since the famous artist and nonsense-poet Edward Lear was emplo...
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