Starting at 10 a.m. and arriving at the zoo at 11 a.m., I took a small train to watch cheetahs, giraffes, rhinoceroses and other animals in the African region. It simulated the ecological scene of the African grasslands, and the animals all lived happily in the wilderness. After watching the cheetah run at 3:30, the cheetah will be brought to the front for an ornamental spot of $8. Staff members will feed him and show him something. It's very gentle. We watched Bengal tigers, vultures, Hokka gorillas, gorillas, cheetahs, lions, pythons and hedgehogs, and there were all kinds of exotic birds in the zoo. There is a person sitting in a hot-air balloon in the zoo for $12. If the wind conference stops, we will buy tickets at the gate and say that it may stop today. We will ask if the wind will not open again, and maybe not. The fact is that the hot air balloon is in the sky, up and down, it's very funny.
San Diego boasts the largest wildlife park in the West, where thousands of animals live with privilege, without lung disease, hunger, malicious feeding, and only peace and tranquility. Either way, nurseries are all about technology. They are tigers too. If you want to be born in Beijing Zoo, you can't be hungry and disabled.
One of the most famous is the three remaining white rhinos in the world, but unfortunately it is said that they died last year. There are many other animals. The African wildlife park is very large. It is necessary to make a sightseeing bus to enter. There are explanations on the bus.
Not bad. I really like this travel recommendation to visit here.
Not as good as I imagined. Especially when the money truck comes in close contact with animals only giraffes and hippos, it still needs more than a hundred knives. It's not cost-effective! This zoo can only be said to be general, similar to the domestic. Pineapple ice cream is still good!