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We have visited Woburn Safari Park many times and have never been disappointed. I think the value for money is absolutely excellent and there is so much to do once you are there.

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Star Rhino - Mirijam 2

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Mirijam

Mirijam is female, born 1992

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Savannah Grasslands

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Male Child in Ball Pit in Mammoth Play Ark at Woburn Safari Park

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  1. Safari Off Road Adventure
  2. Big Cat Breakfast
  3. Keeper for the Day
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  • Star Rhino - Mirijam 2

    Mirijam

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    Southern White Rhino
    Scientific
    Ceratotherium simum simum
    Diet
    Herbivorous
    Status
    Near Threatened
    Did you know
    The white rhino is the second largest land mammal on earth after the elephant. Despite their name the skin of a white rhino is actually grey!
  • Star Monkey Berlinga 2

    Berlinga

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    Barbary Macaque
    Scientific
    Macaca sylvanus
    Diet
    Omnivorous
    Status
    Endangered
    Did you know
    Barbary macaques are found in Gibraltar; which makes them the only wild primate species found in Europe (besides humans!)
  • Mishka The Amur Tiger At Woburn Safari Park (1)

    Mishka

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    Amur Tiger
    Scientific
    Panthera tigris altaica
    Diet
    Carnivorous
    Status
    Endangered
    Did you know
    Tiger footprints are called ‘pug marks’ A tiger’s tail can be up to one third of its body length. Tigers actually enjoy being in water and are very strong swimmers.
  • Star animal - Gilbert Flipped

    Gilbert

    Class
    Birds
    Species
    Humboldt Penguin
    Scientific
    Spheniscus humboldti
    Diet
    Carnivorous
    Status
    Vulnerable
    Did you know
    Humboldt penguins build nests in guano, a build up of sea bird and seal excrement!