Spirit of Place: Werribee Open Range Zoo

Spent the day at the Werribee open range zoo during the summer and took part in a special off road safari.  We had access to closed off areas of the park and the focus on the park is to save endangered species and educate the general public about them.

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One comment on “Spirit of Place: Werribee Open Range Zoo

  1. I’m biased, but the Big Cats are the best! What gorgeous lions and the serval too! The baby hippo is cute trotting along after Mama Taweret but they’re formidable beasts: throughout Africa’s river-based ecosystems, they attack and kill more people annually than Nile crocs do!

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