The San Diego Zoo Safari Park was originally conceived with animal breeding and plant conservancy in mind. Boasting over 1,800 acres of open land, the park today houses approximately 2,600 animals representing over 300 species.
Animals from major continents find refuge in the abundance of open space provided by the park, whose inhabitants include African elephants, zebras, tigers, buffalo, gazelles, rhinoceroses, storks, pelicans and many more.
With an emphasis on providing the most natural environment possible for all its animal inhabitants, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park offers exciting opportunities for human visitors eager to enjoy it.
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