GEORGE WILDLIFE PARK, ADELAIDE
Opened in 1965, is a house of many species of animals and birds. Some are in cages and many are not. You will be surprised to discover not only your favourite Australian species, but also many other exotic species that we all should be aware of and help to preserve them in any way we can, as the trustee of this planet.
The wonderful thing that we can do here is cuddling a lovely adorable Koala at certain specified hours. I strongly believe many people wanted and had waited long for such a wonderful moment.
Have you ever pondered:-
1. Guess how long is their lives span?
2. What leaves they eat?
3. How many hours they sleep in a day?
4. How to tell their gender?
Post your answers in the comment column, at the bottom of this post. Thanks you in advance.
Append above is the photo I took with this nearly extinct creature. It is truly great experience for me to have such a wonderful moment with it. Many thanks to George Park for this noble idea, which otherwise couldn’t make my dream happen.
Last but not least, I must say that this 14 acres area of Park is really worth your money. Entrance fee is at only AUD 10.00 per adult. It homes some 50 species of animals and 160 species of birds.
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