Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

In the safari park of Primorye, Russia, living conditions of animals are close to natural wild ones. It’s the place where representatives of many wild species live. At that a lot of animals are tamed. Let’s see them close.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

White-breasted Himalayan bear Potap is five months old.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

The bear cub was found by one hunter, it was wounded by its dogs, but later those very dogs were licking the wounds of Potap. Then he was given to the Safari-zoo.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

Misha and Masha are four months old. They are from Nakhodka.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

The tamed bears cannot return to the wild nature.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

The forest leopard cat is trying to hunt hens.

Russian Safari Park

A fox cub, a badger, minks, wolves – a gray one and three red ones, Far Eastern forest cats live in this part of the park. Their neighbours are a wild boar with pigs.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

In this park of the park the animals try to live as one big family.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

Red wolves live separately.

Russian Safari Park

Little bandits!

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

The mink’s name is Simon.

Russian Safari Park

This fox cub lost his mother, “brothers and sisters”.

Russian Safari Park

Bathing bear cubs.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

Bedger Kate.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

Different species get along together well.

Russian Safari Park

Bear cubs don’t want to leave the raccoon alone.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

There is an aviary where pheasants, Japanese cormorants, mallards live.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

The piggie has eaten what was brought to him and wants to eat the food of the neighbour.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

It’s an ordinary domestic goat.

Russian Safari Park

Mother of these piggies is 100% wild hog, father is 50% domestic.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

In another part of the park we are met by a spotted deer named Baby.

Russian Safari Park

As many other residents of the safari-park, Baby has a difficult fate. Her mother was killed by poachers. Baby is tamed, she likes her ears to be scratched. She likes to meet visitors of the park.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

There are Red List plants here too.

Russian Safari Park

Siberian tigers Amur and Taiga – sister and brother.

Russian Safari Park

Amur and Taiga live on the territory which occupies about 350 meters. When you come to the safari park you are 100% guaranteed to meet tigers there, and 100% guaranteed such meeting will be safe for you.

Russian Safari Park

Each tiger eats fifteen kilograms of meat a day.

Russian Safari Park

Each Monday is a day of diet. Each Friday they are given live food.

Russian Safari Park

They are fed at night.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

The safari-park has owls, falcons, vultures, hawks, buzzards, white-tailed eagles and other birds.

Russian Safari Park

Posing on the hand.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

The kite.

Russian Safari Park

Almost all birds of the park have been crippled and cured by the park employees the best way it was possible. The territory of wild birds is the only area of the safari-park where the residents are in cages or leashed, otherwise they would kill each other. However wild birds are regularly allowed to fly.

Russian Safari Park

The main task of the Primorye safari-park is saving wild animals and bringing them back to the wild nature when it’s possible. The list of those which returned to the wild nature is becoming only longer.

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

Russian Safari Park

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3 thoughts on “Russian Safari Park”

  1. Actual that not a racoons, it called a raccoon dog and it a canine species related wolves and foxs. Google it they are native to this region.

  2. Amur and Taiga live on the territory which occupies about 350 meters. When you come to the safari park you are 100% guaranteed to meet tigers there, and 100% guaranteed such meeting will be safe for you.

    they are cuteee but i would not risk my life visiting them on monday hahahah…

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