In an sudden Minnesota location about 90 minutes from Rochester, you’ll be able to pet, feed, and even cuddle wild animals! It is all underneath the watchful eye of a member of workers and it is protected (do not go up and contact wild animals, it is harmful for you and the animal).

This cool, one-of-a-kind expertise is obtainable at Sustainable Safari in Maplewood, MN. And it truly is in a moderately sudden place: the Maplewood Mall. At Sustainable Safari you’ll be able to work together with animals in methods you would not in any other case be capable of. You will additionally be taught all in regards to the animals and how one can assist defend them.

As an enormous animal lover, I am so right down to evaluate this place. I need to cuddle with them, however I additionally need to be educated on how finest to guard them. So it is cool that they do each.

Whereas there, you’ll be able to cuddle a child kangaroo or child goat (awwww!), maintain a snake, and even maintain an alligator! There are additionally alternatives to feed lemurs, an anteater, and a binturong (if you do not know what that’s like me, they’re “often known as bear cats and are native to South and Southeast Asia,” in line with Sustainable Safari).

There are various different experiences you’ll be able to have if you are there. I am simply such a sucker for animals that I actually need to share this cool place with you. Should you love animals too, preserve scrolling for superb footage of animals from world wide.

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