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Sumatran Tiger (via Tiger Trail Flickr)

Sumatran Tiger (via Tiger Trail Flickr)

SUMATRAN TIGER | by Mark Drawbridge

SUMATRAN TIGER | by Mark Drawbridge

This is how giraffes quench their thirst & become vulnerable to predators. 
Luckily they get most of their water from the plants they eat. 

This is how giraffes quench their thirst & become vulnerable to predators.

Luckily they get most of their water from the plants they eat. 

Each zebra has a unique stripe pattern - no two are alike.
:: Photo by Bob Worthington ::

Each zebra has a unique stripe pattern - no two are alike.

:: Photo by Bob Worthington ::

In 1987 there were 27 California condors left. Thanks to the hard work of Safari Park bird curator, Michael Mace, his staff, and our partners, there are now 391 condors in the world population. 198 birds are flying free in the wild, which now outnumbers the number of birds in captivity.

In 1987 there were 27 California condors left. Thanks to the hard work of Safari Park bird curator, Michael Mace, his staff, and our partners, there are now 391 condors in the world population. 198 birds are flying free in the wild, which now outnumbers the number of birds in captivity.

The San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s new Tiger Trail opens Memorial Day, 2014. 

5-month-old lion cubs Ken and Dixie received special enrichment this morning in the form of gourds, paper bags with wood shavings, and unusual scents for them to search for and enjoy. The results were unbearably cute.
Sumatran Tiger (via Tiger Trail Flickr)

Sumatran Tiger (via Tiger Trail Flickr)

SUMATRAN TIGER | by Mark Drawbridge

SUMATRAN TIGER | by Mark Drawbridge

This is how giraffes quench their thirst & become vulnerable to predators. 
Luckily they get most of their water from the plants they eat. 

This is how giraffes quench their thirst & become vulnerable to predators.

Luckily they get most of their water from the plants they eat. 

Each zebra has a unique stripe pattern - no two are alike.
:: Photo by Bob Worthington ::

Each zebra has a unique stripe pattern - no two are alike.

:: Photo by Bob Worthington ::

Tiger Trail mani-pedi

Tiger Trail mani-pedi

In 1987 there were 27 California condors left. Thanks to the hard work of Safari Park bird curator, Michael Mace, his staff, and our partners, there are now 391 condors in the world population. 198 birds are flying free in the wild, which now outnumbers the number of birds in captivity.

In 1987 there were 27 California condors left. Thanks to the hard work of Safari Park bird curator, Michael Mace, his staff, and our partners, there are now 391 condors in the world population. 198 birds are flying free in the wild, which now outnumbers the number of birds in captivity.

The San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s new Tiger Trail opens Memorial Day, 2014. 

5-month-old lion cubs Ken and Dixie received special enrichment this morning in the form of gourds, paper bags with wood shavings, and unusual scents for them to search for and enjoy. The results were unbearably cute.

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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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