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The acre park is the largest drive-through wildlife reserve in Britain. It was founded in by the Duke of Bedford, resident of nearby Woburn Abbey, which is also open to the public. A visit to a safari park is not only more thrilling than wandering around a zoo, it's uplifting too.
It's great to see animals roaming in vast acres of plains and woods. There are fences, but the drive-through site means that the enclosures can afford to be huge. Most of the animals here were born at Woburn, and they live in herds, packs or prides in the same way that they would in the wild.
A number of the species here are endangered, as Woburn led the way in the quest to return captive-born, near-extinct animals to their natural habitats in the wild with the reintroduction of the Pere David deer to its native China, where it had become extinct. It's probably best not to visit on a day like the really hot ones we've been having lately, unless in an air-conditioned BMW, as most of the time it really is necessary to keep the windows wound up. It's important to remember as you drive around that you're a visitor to animal country now, and the animals will defend their territory first and ask questions later.
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The trek starts in the African section, where you can see rhino, hippos, zebra and several species of antelope. The exciting, Jurassic Park-style overtones begin when you approach the tall, double gates of the carnivores' enclosures.
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The proud, powerful Bengal tiger is first, now seriously endangered in the wild. Three Siberian tigers are due to join Woburn in July. Then Canadian Timber Wolves lope around the car as you crawl along ,, a pretty thrilling experience until one chooses to park itself in the middle of the road. Don't rush it ,, it lives here.
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