Discover more than 1,000 wild animals at Woburn Safari Park with family ticket
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Two readers will win a family ticket to Woburn Safari Park and enjoy a safari adventure with more than 1,000 wild animals to discover.
Lions, tigers and bears can all be seen at Woburn, as well as many endangered and critically endangered species like eastern mountain bongo, golden mantella frogs and Grevy’s zebra.
This summer, visitors will enjoy unlimited circuits of road safari wildlife reserves, driving alongside giraffe, rhino, wolves, wildebeest, monkeys and ostriches.
Meet Tarli the Asian elephant calf and see lots of the new summer babies including monkeys, lemur, antelope and giraffe calf Prudence.
There are also the newest additions to the Kingdom of Carnivores – five adorable lion cubs!
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Keep an eye out for the very cute Barbary macaque and Patas monkey babies, who can be seen in the African Forest, playing with each other and learning lots of things from mum and other members of the troop.
The Foot Safari offers a wide variety of walk-through animal enclosures and leisure activities, with lemurs, penguins, monkeys and a new marmoset enclosure.
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The Dissscovery Zone is home to range of reptiles, invertebrates and amphibians including bearded dragons and a boa constrictor.
Desert Springs is home to mongoose, porcupine and a mob of very friendly meerkats. Visitors can also discover the recently opened Otter Falls, which is home to two Asian short clawed otters.
There’s also a daily programme of educational keeper talks and demonstrations including animal feeds.
Take a ride on the Great Woburn Railway and jump off at the Deer Stop to learn all about the beautiful herd of fallow deer that live at Woburn.
There are also indoor play areas, swan boats and the Treetops Action Trail.
• To stand a chance of winning a family ticket to Woburn Safari Park, don’t miss the July 23 edition of the Ely Standard.