带着Cici看世界Trovana Wildlife Park, located in the dense jungle near Mole Creek, is a great place to protect Tasmanian demons. Although the zoo is small and there are not many animal clocks, there are large and small kangaroos walking around in the park for tourists to feed themselves, hug wombat babies, and have close contact with the animals, and the animal caretaker will provide interactive programs .
I saw a kangaroo as soon as I entered the door! The kangaroos here are very docile, and they cooperate with pictures. Buying a bag of specially fed food at the entrance of the zoo is only a dollar, and there is a big bag! Compared to 5 yuan in People's Square, a small bag of corn for pigeons is really cheap to cry! It is very gentle, it just licked the saliva of my hand! In the beginning, kangaroos will swarm you when they see you have food in your hand. The daughter is a little scared and turns around to run away, but they just slowly follow you behind with an innocent expression. They will definitely not catch up with some animals. Food, so don’t be afraid at all, because they are really friendly. Soon, the children are getting better!
At a fixed time every day, the zoo will have a tour and follow the keeper to watch the feeding. At around 10:55, the broadcast will start to announce the interactive tours in 5 minutes. At about 11 o'clock, the breeder took out a little wombat and explained it to us in great detail while feeding, and also showed us its "pouch". This little wombat is only two months old. Wombat (Wombat) is a marsupial. The pouch opens back. The clumsy wombat is like a short-haired pig. It's super cute. Feel free to touch it! At that time, after Po took a picture of her daughter hugging a Tasmanian badger in Moments, many people asked, "Do you need money to take pictures of a wombat?" They answered "No money!" In China, tourists are allowed to hug animals to make money, but in foreign countries, they are In order to popularize animal knowledge and allow tourists to experience the cuteness of animals, thereby enhancing the awareness of protection, this is the most fundamental difference!
Next, we followed the breeder to see the Tasmanian devil! Seeing the keeper come in, the little devil immediately climbed up on his legs to beg for food, which is actually quite cute! However, when eating, we still saw that there is a certain reason for calling it a "little devil". The screaming and chewing noises are quite scary!
Although the zoo here is very simple compared to domestic ones, it does not affect the enthusiasm of the children at all. It is really rare to have such close contact with animals!