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FACTS ABOUT TIGERS

Remember the Tiger Who Came to Tea? He ate all the food at Sophie’s place, drunk all the water from the taps and then left without a trace. Now the tigers are inviting to come for tea. The great news is that there’s plenty of food available to enjoy. In Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxbourne guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the Treetops Cafe after enjoying a special guided tour led by one of Paradise’s Cat Team. The team will offer interesting information on the tigers (like did you learn that their skin is striped as well as their fur? ) They’ll also provide answers to any questions you may have. Then, walk along the Big Cat Walk to get photographs of these majestic cats prior to exploring the remainingTiger Who Came to Tea areas parts of the Park.
Walk with Wolves
If you’ve ever longed to meet a wolf close up you’re in luck. On the outskirts of Reading volunteers of the UK Wolf Conservation Trust head into the countryside around them with two fully grown wolves on lead leashes made of metal in front of them. The Trust is the owner of the countryside and has to take precautions to make sure that the wolves don’t come in contact with any dogs. Larger canines often like to engage in a game, and it could result in the death of those who are battling the teeth of a wolf. While walking there are plenty of photography occasions and visitors might have the chance to pet the wolves but not like they would do with dogs. Wolves need to be stroked in the lower part of their stomach so that you’re not submitting to them.
Meet the Meerkats
Some people don’t like their wild animals, well, wild. If you’re interested in meeting some of the cutest animals in Africa There are numerous experiences that let you be close with meerkats, whether in Hertfordshire, Chester or Preston. The experiences can vary from one location to another but most will see people chatting with the meerkat family and making the meerkats’ lunch for them. When you step into their pen, where they are sprinkling food in their bowls and food, you’ll find that the curious meerkats will be more than eager to come by and say hello. After meeting the meerkats you can wander around the remainder of the safari park and also meet the rest of the animals.
Whichever animal species you are looking for, you’re sure to find an experience that will suit your needs. Before you begin planning exotic excursions to meet your favorite animal in person, why not look at the experiences available closer to home?

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