WATCH THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA

Remember the Tiger Who Came to Tea? He ate every meal at Sophie’s place, drunk every drop of water from the taps, and then walked away and never to return. The tigers now invite you to join them for tea. The best thing is, there’s plenty to take home. At Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxbourne visitors can enjoy afternoon tea in the Treetops Cafe after enjoying a special guided tour led by Paradise’s Cat Team. The team will share interesting facts about the tigers (like did you learn that their skin is striped as well as their fur? ) They’ll also provide answers to any questions you may have. Then, walk along the Big Cat Walk to get the best close-up photos of these majestic animals before exploring the remainder parts of the Park.
Wander with Wolves
If you’ve ever wanted to get close to a wolf, you’re in luck. In the suburbs of Reading, volunteers at the UK Wolf Conservation Trust head to the countryside Tiger Who Came to Tea surrounding them with two fully mature wolves riding on metal leashes in front of them. The Trust has the land – it has to take steps to ensure that the wolves don’t come in contact with any dogs. Larger canines often like to play-fight, a battle that could be fatal for those who are battling an obnoxious wolf. While on the walk there are plenty photo opportunities . Visitors may also have the chance to stroke the wolves, however not as you would with a dog. They must be brushed on the underside of their stomachs, so that you’re not submitting to them.
Meet the Meerkats
Not everyone likes their wild animals, but they’re wild. If you’re interested in getting to know the most adorable animals of Africa, there are several opportunities to meet up close to meerkats , no matter if it’s Hertfordshire, Chester or Preston. Though the experiences will vary from location to location, most experiences will have participants chatting with members of the meerkat team and preparing meals for the meerkats in order to feed them. When you walk into their pen and sprinkle food on them on the floor, the inquisitive meerkats are more than excited to visit and greet you. After you’ve met the meerkats, you’ll be able to explore the remainder of the safari park, and also meet the rest of the animals.
Whatever type of animal you are looking for, you’re sure to find an experience that will suit your needs. So before you start planning exotic trips to experience your favorite animal in person consider looking at the opportunities nearer to home?

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