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Sumatran tiger cubs (via YouTube)

Sumatran tiger cubs (via YouTube)

“An elephant never forgets?” Our keepers feel that, just like people, elephants seem to especially remember good times and bad and seem to have good memories for individual people.

“An elephant never forgets?” Our keepers feel that, just like people, elephants seem to especially remember good times and bad and seem to have good memories for individual people.

(Source: sdzoo)

FLY: CHASE THE WIND AND SPREAD YOUR WINGS. 
(photo by Clark Oden)

FLY: CHASE THE WIND AND SPREAD YOUR WINGS.

(photo by Clark Oden)

With less than 4,000 left in the wild, tigers are in real danger of extinction. You can make a difference in saving tigers.

  • Share your love of tigers and spread the word about the threats they face.
  • Do not purchase products that put tigers at risk and encourage others not to, either.
  • Support programs like the San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy that fund conservation work to help save tigers.
Eat your heart out, Gene Simmons.
Photo by Darrell Ybarrondo

Eat your heart out, Gene Simmons.

Photo by Darrell Ybarrondo

sdzoo:

Even Galapagos tortoises enjoy watermelon in the summer. Watch the full video.

Only when the last are gone will mankind realize that money can never buy back our #wildlife.
Photo by Brant Rustich

Only when the last are gone will mankind realize that money can never buy back our #wildlife.

Photo by Brant Rustich

Critically Endangered Rhino Calf Born at San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Sumatran tiger cubs (via YouTube)

Sumatran tiger cubs (via YouTube)

“An elephant never forgets?” Our keepers feel that, just like people, elephants seem to especially remember good times and bad and seem to have good memories for individual people.

“An elephant never forgets?” Our keepers feel that, just like people, elephants seem to especially remember good times and bad and seem to have good memories for individual people.

(Source: sdzoo)

FLY: CHASE THE WIND AND SPREAD YOUR WINGS. 
(photo by Clark Oden)

FLY: CHASE THE WIND AND SPREAD YOUR WINGS.

(photo by Clark Oden)

With less than 4,000 left in the wild, tigers are in real danger of extinction. You can make a difference in saving tigers.

  • Share your love of tigers and spread the word about the threats they face.
  • Do not purchase products that put tigers at risk and encourage others not to, either.
  • Support programs like the San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy that fund conservation work to help save tigers.
Eat your heart out, Gene Simmons.
Photo by Darrell Ybarrondo

Eat your heart out, Gene Simmons.

Photo by Darrell Ybarrondo

I got your back, bro.
Tiger Trail pic by day1953

I got your back, bro.

Tiger Trail pic by day1953

sdzoo:

Even Galapagos tortoises enjoy watermelon in the summer. Watch the full video.

Only when the last are gone will mankind realize that money can never buy back our #wildlife.
Photo by Brant Rustich

Only when the last are gone will mankind realize that money can never buy back our #wildlife.

Photo by Brant Rustich

Little lion cubs by Lisa Diaz

Critically Endangered Rhino Calf Born at San Diego Zoo Safari Park

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The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is an expansive wildlife sanctuary that is home to more than 3,500 animals representing more than 400 species. Its renowned botanical collection represents 3,500 species and 1.5 million specimens. Over half of the Park’s 1,800 acres (730 hectares) have been set aside as protected native species habitat. It is located 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of downtown San Diego in the San Pasqual Valley near Escondido, California, and is operated by the non-profit organization San Diego Zoo Global. Follow us for all the latest animal photos and videos from the Safari Park!

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