Latest Safari park Stories
ST. LOUIS, Sept.
By Paul Bradley IT'S the lion-up that everyone's been talking about - the unveiling of cute cubs Neptune, Ariel, Oberon and Ophelia. According to ancient folklore the birth of the white lion babes is a magical moment that happens just once every 100 years.
By Andy Hogue, Gainesville Daily Register, Texas Jul. 24--DALLAS -- A pachyderm in the public eye in Dallas could possibly be joining the elephant Gainesville never forgot -- that is, if animal rights advocates have their way.
The last elephant in the Dallas Zoo, left alone by the recent death of her companion, is being sent to a new home at a Mexican safari park.
The Dallas Zoo will move its remaining elephant to a wildlife park in Mexico this fall.
By Ed Cropley CHIANG MAI, Thailand (Reuters) - Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra opened Thailand's biggest safari park on Monday, even though the venture, which has been dubbed a 1.1 billion baht ($28 million) white elephant, remains short of safari animals.
By Andrew Cawthorne NAIROBI (Reuters) - A giraffe nibbles lazily at an acacia tree. Buffalos graze on the plains. Tourists with binoculars scan for hippos in streams running down wooded hills.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.