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Wild Life Safari


We are all finally past midterms, and are all studying for our finals. I don't know what grades I got, but I'm feeling pretty good about it. This weekend after decorating all week for my boyfriends sisters baby shower we got to enjoy it! It turned out beautifully. On Sunday Chris and I drove to Winston, Oregon to embark on a journey through Wild Life Safari. I haven't been there since I was four years old! It's a big habitat formed area for all sorts of animals. They ranged from the Americas all the way to Africa. I found out that cheetahs are actually going extinct, and they have one of the largest breeding in cavities in America. The staff told me that to breed cheetah you need to give them their own special space. They are very sensitive to stress, and they have been successful with the program thus far. I got to see so many animals up so close that I don't think I could ever see anywhere else in the United States. It was an amazing experience, and I would go again next weekend if I could.


Published Feb 25, 2014, 11:25am





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