I haven’t told you yet about our visit to West Midlands Safari Park. It was back in April, when Baba was visiting. Both I and Anna wanted to make Baba’s visit special and take him to as many exciting places as we could. So, one of these exciting places was safari park. It was different than Cotswold Wildlife Park, which I described to you earlier as it combined self-drive safari experience, live shows, African Village, walk with lemurs and Theme Park. I would like to take you there some time – I am sure you would enjoy visiting. Below you can see the map of the park with many exciting things to do and see.
Did you know that a male lion's roar can be heard from 8km away!
Or that an adult elephant eats around 160kg of food every day!
Or that the penguins pair for life and often nest at the same site where they were hatched.
Or that a camel’s hump contains not water but fat, giving them a large reserve of energy for a harsh desert life.
I didn’t and it is really interesting :-)
After safari drive we went to see smaller animals including penguins, meerkats, lemurs, monkeys, turtles, reptiles, sea-life and all sorts of interesting creatures. Baba really enjoyed watching playful meerkats and a sea lion show.
Here are some pictures for you my dear Atria, but pictures don't really transfer the atmosphere accurately, so I would like you to take you for a nice day out in this park. Would you like to join me?