Really outstanding day

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Really outstanding day. The animals were excellent but the highlight of the day for me was when a very large wolf walked in front of our car. Amazing.

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Albert is male, born in 2008

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  • Black Bear - 2 fighting

    George

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    North American Black Bear
    Scientific
    Ursus americanus
    Diet
    Omnivorous
    Status
    Least Concern
    Did you know
    Black Bears are opportunists and will take advantage of most opportunities to eat, from scavenging to fishing and foraging. A group of bears is called a Sleuth or Sloth.
  • Tullulah Flipped

    Tullulah

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    African Lion
    Scientific
    Panthera leo
    Diet
    Carnivorous
    Status
    Vulnerable
    Did you know
    A lion's roar can be heard up to 8km away A lion can rest / sleep for up to 20 hours a day Lions are the only big cat where male and female have different physical features
  • Casper Giraffe 2

    Casper

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    Rothschild's Giraffe
    Scientific
    Giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi
    Diet
    Herbivorous
    Status
    Endangered
    Did you know
    Although the giraffe’s neck is incredibly long it contains the same amount of vertebrae as 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.