South Florida’s Wild Safari Adventure

Driving through Lion Country Safari brings you first to "Las Pampas" where you'll see this Aldabra Tortoise. (Source : CBS4)
DSC_0296 Driving through Lion Country Safari brings you first to "Las Pampas" where you'll see this Aldabra Tortoise. (Source : CBS4)
The shell of an Aldabra Tortoise can measure up to 5 ft in length and can weigh over 500 lbs. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0303 The shell of an Aldabra Tortoise can measure up to 5 ft in length and can weigh over 500 lbs. (Source: CBS4)
There was also this Llama. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0298 There was also this Llama. (Source: CBS4)
Rhea. Fourth largest of all birds. Males build the nest, incubate the eggs and raise the young. (Source;: CBS4)
DSC_0300 Rhea. Fourth largest of all birds. Males build the nest, incubate the eggs and raise the young. (Source;: CBS4)
Another Rhea. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0302 Another Rhea. (Source: CBS4)
South American Tapir. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0304 South American Tapir. (Source: CBS4)
In another part of the park called "Ruaha National Park", the Aoudad roams. They are from northern Africa. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0309 In another part of the park called "Ruaha National Park", the Aoudad roams. They are from northern Africa. (Source: CBS4)
This is an Asiatic Water Buffalo from Asia. They can weigh up to 1.5 tons. (Source; CBS4)
DSC_0311 This is an Asiatic Water Buffalo from Asia. They can weigh up to 1.5 tons. (Source; CBS4)
These are Gemsbok from southwest Africa. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0317 These are Gemsbok from southwest Africa. (Source: CBS4)
In the Serengeti Plains, Ostrich are everywhere and love coming close to the cars. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0316 In the Serengeti Plains, Ostrich are everywhere and love coming close to the cars. (Source: CBS4)
Ostrich are the world's largest living birds, up to 8 ft in height. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0318 Ostrich are the world's largest living birds, up to 8 ft in height. (Source: CBS4)
They've been known to peck at the cars and even the windshield wipers. (Source; CBS4)
DSC_0322 They've been known to peck at the cars and even the windshield wipers. (Source; CBS4)
The contents of one ostrich egg is equivalent to 2 dozen chicken eggs. (Source; CBS4)
DSC_0375 The contents of one ostrich egg is equivalent to 2 dozen chicken eggs. (Source; CBS4)
Two ostrichs watch as they lay in their nests. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0385 Two ostrichs watch as they lay in their nests. (Source: CBS4)
Impala are from Southern Africa to the northern limits of east Africa. Males have horns, females do not. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0320 Impala are from Southern Africa to the northern limits of east Africa. Males have horns, females do not. (Source: CBS4)
Kulan are from the dry belt in Central Asia stretching from Mongolia to Syria. they are related to the horse and can run very fast despite their short legs. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0327 Kulan are from the dry belt in Central Asia stretching from Mongolia to Syria. they are related to the horse and can run very fast despite their short legs. (Source: CBS4)
Kulan are an endangered species due to extreme habitat loss. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0328 Kulan are an endangered species due to extreme habitat loss. (Source: CBS4)
In the Gorongosa Reserve, which is one of Africa's most famous wildlife areas, are the famed African Lions (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0329 In the Gorongosa Reserve, which is one of Africa's most famous wildlife areas, are the famed African Lions (Source: CBS4)
They enjoy sleeping lazily in the sun. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0330 They enjoy sleeping lazily in the sun. (Source: CBS4)
This lady is sleeping on top of a wooden play structure. (Source; CBS4)
DSC_0337 This lady is sleeping on top of a wooden play structure. (Source; CBS4)
While this lady lion takes a little bath. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0338 While this lady lion takes a little bath. (Source: CBS4)
Whatcha lookin' at? (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0339 Whatcha lookin' at? (Source: CBS4)
African Lions live in family groups called prides. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0340 African Lions live in family groups called prides. (Source: CBS4)
Females do most of the hunting. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0341 Females do most of the hunting. (Source: CBS4)
These lions are pretty used to be watched through the safety fence. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0344 These lions are pretty used to be watched through the safety fence. (Source: CBS4)
Femlae lions have 1-6 cubs per litter. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0346 Femlae lions have 1-6 cubs per litter. (Source: CBS4)
Try and relax! Males can weigh up to 500 lbs. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0350 Try and relax! Males can weigh up to 500 lbs. (Source: CBS4)
Blackbucks are from India, (Source; CBS4)
DSC_0360 Blackbucks are from India, (Source; CBS4)
They are one of the smallest members of the antelope family. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0364 They are one of the smallest members of the antelope family. (Source: CBS4)
They are extensively hunted in India. More abundant in captivity than in the wild. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0368 They are extensively hunted in India. More abundant in captivity than in the wild. (Source: CBS4)
Waterbuck are from Africa, south of the Sahara Desert.  (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0378 Waterbuck are from Africa, south of the Sahara Desert. (Source: CBS4)
Males have horns, females do not. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0379 Males have horns, females do not. (Source: CBS4)
Waterbuck (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0394 Waterbuck (Source: CBS4)
Female waterbuck (source: CBS4)
DSC_0381 Female waterbuck (source: CBS4)
Waterbuck (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0395 Waterbuck (Source: CBS4)
Wildebeest are from the open grasslands of eastern to southern Africa. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0384 Wildebeest are from the open grasslands of eastern to southern Africa. (Source: CBS4)
Gigantic herds of millions of animals migrate biannually to find food and water. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0389 Gigantic herds of millions of animals migrate biannually to find food and water. (Source: CBS4)
Watusi are from Eastern Africa. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0386 Watusi are from Eastern Africa. (Source: CBS4)
Their horns may span 10 ft. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0393 Their horns may span 10 ft. (Source: CBS4)
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Eland are the largest of the African antelopes.  (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0397 Eland are the largest of the African antelopes. (Source: CBS4)
In Hwange National Park are plenty of Grant's Zebras and Southern White Rhinoceros (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0405 In Hwange National Park are plenty of Grant's Zebras and Southern White Rhinoceros (Source: CBS4)
The Southern White Rhino live in the open plains and bushveldt of southern Africa. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0399 The Southern White Rhino live in the open plains and bushveldt of southern Africa. (Source: CBS4)
Rhinos can weigh up to 2.5 tons. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0403 Rhinos can weigh up to 2.5 tons. (Source: CBS4)
They have a life expectancy of 40 years. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0414 They have a life expectancy of 40 years. (Source: CBS4)
Their eyesight is poor but have excellent senses of hearing and smell. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0418 Their eyesight is poor but have excellent senses of hearing and smell. (Source: CBS4)
Unlike their cousin, the black rhino, they are reasonably docile animals. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0420 Unlike their cousin, the black rhino, they are reasonably docile animals. (Source: CBS4)
That's a good thing because they can come awfully close to your vehicle on this wild safari adventure. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0422 That's a good thing because they can come awfully close to your vehicle on this wild safari adventure. (Source: CBS4)
Hanging out near the rhinos, are the Grant's Zebras. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0407 Hanging out near the rhinos, are the Grant's Zebras. (Source: CBS4)
They live in the East African plains. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0404 They live in the East African plains. (Source: CBS4)
The stripes are like fingerprints, they are unique to each individual. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0409 The stripes are like fingerprints, they are unique to each individual. (Source: CBS4)
They are not as fast as a race horse but easily have more stamina. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0406 They are not as fast as a race horse but easily have more stamina. (Source: CBS4)
The animals in this adventure park always have the right of way. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0424 The animals in this adventure park always have the right of way. (Source: CBS4)
Especially if its a rhino. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0425 Especially if its a rhino. (Source: CBS4)
"Sup?" (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0431 "Sup?" (Source: CBS4)
The Chimpanzee are from the forest and rain forest of Central Africa (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0433 The Chimpanzee are from the forest and rain forest of Central Africa (Source: CBS4)
They love to climb (source: CBS4)
DSC_0434 They love to climb (source: CBS4)
They have great balance as seen by this guy walking a rope on his play structure. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0439 They have great balance as seen by this guy walking a rope on his play structure. (Source: CBS4)
There he goes (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0440 There he goes (Source: CBS4)
and goes... (source: CBS4)
DSC_0441 and goes... (source: CBS4)
His friends don't want to be left behind (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0442 His friends don't want to be left behind (Source: CBS4)
Chimpanzees can weigh up to 175 lbs. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0444 Chimpanzees can weigh up to 175 lbs. (Source: CBS4)
Their life expectancy is 60 years. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0445 Their life expectancy is 60 years. (Source: CBS4)
They are the most closely related primate to humans. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0446 They are the most closely related primate to humans. (Source: CBS4)
We share 97% of our DNA makeup with them. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0448 We share 97% of our DNA makeup with them. (Source: CBS4)
Time for an afternoon nap. (source: CBS4)
DSC_0449 Time for an afternoon nap. (source: CBS4)
Giraffes are from the dry savanna and open woodland south of the Sahara Desert. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0450 Giraffes are from the dry savanna and open woodland south of the Sahara Desert. (Source: CBS4)
They are the tallest land mammal. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0451 They are the tallest land mammal. (Source: CBS4)
They can reach up to 17 ft. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0452 They can reach up to 17 ft. (Source: CBS4)
Their long prehensile tongue can extend its reach by 15 inches. (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0456 Their long prehensile tongue can extend its reach by 15 inches. (Source: CBS4)
On this safari, the giraffe is the last animal to see (Source: CBS4)
DSC_0454 On this safari, the giraffe is the last animal to see (Source: CBS4)
But you may drive through the preserve section of the park as often as you like during the day of your visit, at no additional cost. (Source; CBS4)
DSC_0455 But you may drive through the preserve section of the park as often as you like during the day of your visit, at no additional cost. (Source; CBS4)
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