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Updated by Raphael Fitzherbert on Mar 04, 2015
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Zoos, Animal and Wildlife Attractions in Golden Triangle - let it be nature's play

Thailand's Golden Triangle has earned reputation from across the globe, especially because of its wildlife appeal. Practically speaking, you shall require days to study its wildlife to the minute detail. Enter Golden Triangle, and you will be introduced to a world of rare wildlife.

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Africa Alive

As its name suggests, Africa Alive shelters a fantastic collection of African animals. They include lions, giraffes, rhinos, cheetahs and hyenas. As it is the modern trend, the animals are given ample freedom to roam around. They occupy a space of 100 acres of parkland. They roam as if they are in the thick jungle. If you choose Safari Roadtrain, you will be able to listen to live commentary, visit the Discovery Centre and Farmyard Corner. Here at the park's farmyard you can even touch and feed animals.

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Amazona Zoo home

This is home to about 200 animals. At Amazona, you can get close to these Brazilian wild animals. If you have different interests on wildlife, you can opt to tour Amazona's education Yurt. Your child, if so much interested in wildlife, will even rote the facts about South America. They will love Jungle Tumbles soft play adventure. Some animals will smile at your camera. Just capture the best of their mischievous smiles. And do not forget your loved ones back home. Step into the gift shop and choose the best from the range of soft toys, games, souvenirs and confectionary. Suppose none of that impresses you, but those souvenirs may even give you a gift idea.

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Banham Zoo

If they can speak around 1000 animals will call this their home. You will be meeting mammals including Siberian tigers, zebras and kangaroos, and a large amount of primates, birds, reptiles and farm animals. If you look for a close by place to stay, Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort, one of the Chiang Sean Hotels will be an ideal choice.

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Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary

There is indeed much more than sanctuary. You will be educated on sea life by over 30 permanent displays which showcase otters and penguins. The sanctuary provides shelter for over 30 sick, injured or orphaned seal pups.

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Pensthorpe Nature Reserve and Gardens

A leisurely stroll will introduce you to many species of birds with a number of gardens to explore. The Discovery Tour will take you on family activities that include pond dipping and feeding birds.
Pensthorpe Natural Park has won several awards for its features such as nature trails, woodland walks and British wildlife and nature conservation. Breathtaking wildlife and impressive adventures make the visit there a worthwhile one.

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Redwings Horse Sanctuary

True to its name, Redwings Horse Sanctuary is the largest one in the UK. It shelters more than 1500 horses, ponies, donkeys and mules. The sanctuary is surprisingly run by donations. The sanctuary is a good place to visit and see how they are taken care of. After best possible care, the owners try to rehome the horses.
Redwings has rescued over 2000 horses, ponies, donkeys and mules from ten places across the country.

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Sea Life Great Yarmouth

This is a perfect opportunity to sight sea creatures up close and personal. You can see giant sea turtles as well as seahorses.