safari park

NOUN
  1. an area of parkland where wild animals are kept and can be viewed by visitors driving through
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How To Use safari park In A Sentence

  • Prices include normal safari park tour. The Sun
  • The colony are the survivors of 60 baboons which escaped from a safari park that closed 20 years ago.
  • The arrival of a second Rothschild giraffe calf in five months represents a significant milestone for the safari park's breeding programme for critically endangered animals. Times, Sunday Times
  • An elephant at West Midland Safari Park, UK, put its size to good use when it helped a zoo keeper start his car by giving it a shove, the Daily Telegraph reported.
  • An elephant at West Midland Safari Park, UK, put its size to good use when it helped a zoo keeper start his car by giving it a shove, the Daily Telegraph reported.
  • Many showcase work behind the scenes at zoos and safari parks and highlight their conservation efforts. Times, Sunday Times
  • As any visitor to a safari park will tell you, it's not wise to hang around when driving through the monkey enclosure — the little thieves will strip your car bare, given half the chance.
  • People have recently taken a negative view of safari parks and zoos, but I think they have a tremendously important role to play. Times, Sunday Times
  • On a family visit to Windsor Safari Park just to get used to his new car, a jumpy old banger with steering wheel stick-shift gears, Ron was flagged down by a policeman.
  • People have recently taken a negative view of safari parks and zoos, but I think they have a tremendously important role to play. Times, Sunday Times
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