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safari park

n
(Zoology) an enclosed park in which lions and other wild animals are kept uncaged in the open and can be viewed by the public from cars, etc
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Noun1.safari park - an area of parkland where wild animals are kept and can be viewed by visitors driving throughsafari park - an area of parkland where wild animals are kept and can be viewed by visitors driving through
park, parkland - a large area of land preserved in its natural state as public property; "there are laws that protect the wildlife in this park"
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Translations
مَحْمِيَّة حَيوانات برِّيَّه مَفتوحَه
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safaripark
vadaspark
friîland villtra dÿra
safari park
safari parkı

safari park

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safari

(səˈfaːri) noun
an expedition or tour, especially in Africa, for hunting or observing animals. A safari was organized to the lion reserve; We often went out on safari.
safari park
a large area of land reserved for wild animals, in which they can move freely and be seen by the public who usually drive through the park in cars.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Blair Drummond Safari Park is a member of an international breeding programme that works towards maintaining a successful and genetically viable population in reputable zoos and safari parks throughout Europe.
A young Amur tiger has arrived at Blair Drummond Safari Park after being transferred from Germany.
"I want the public to "I want the public to understand the dangers of safari parks. gers of safari parks.
A FRIGHTENED mum has demanded tighter safety controls at West Midland Safari Park after a charging RHINO smashed into her vehicle while her screaming toddler was inside.
More than 45 years has passed since we first got up close to some of the world's most exotic animals simply by driving through the gates of one of our safari parks.
THESE days we take safari parks for granted, but the idea of visitors "caged" in their cars, while the animals roam free, was introduced to the UK in the mid 1960s.
Safari Park general manager David Ross said: "It's important for zoos and safari parks to support this type of project."
'Dreamnight at the Zoo' is an event that is held globally and hosted by over 300 zoos, safari parks and aquariums across 35 countries.
The safari park started as a joint project between the Knowsley estate, family home of the Earls of Derby since the 16th Century, and Jimmy Chipperfield, who had set up the 1960s safari parks in Woburn and Longleat.
"If zoos and safari parks cannot offer a lifetime of care for their animals then how can they justify breeding and exploiting them?''
At that time, although zoos were commonplace, safari parks were a relatively new idea.
Safari park boss David Ross said: "It's very important for zoos and safari parks to support this type of project.''