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Model of a hut seen at game tracking facilities in Africa.
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If you took a safari in Africa, you would probably travel in something that looks like this vehicle.
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The zebras and giraffes share a very large natural grazing area.
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Zebra.
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Zebra.
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This ostrich is in the giraffe and zebra enclosure. Others are with the elephants, rhinos and antelope.
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Elephants
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All of the zoo's elephants have names.
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Most of the African animals cannot tolerate temperatures below 45 degrees, so on cool days they cannot be seen in this habitat.
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An ostrich heads for a meal in the 37-acre Watani Grasslands enclosure.
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Southen white rhinocerous.
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Southen white rhinocerous.
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Oryx, a type of antelope.
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Greater kudu, another antelope.
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The rhinos, antelope, ostriches and elephants all share the same 37-acre enclosure. This view shows only a tiny area of it.
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Baboons
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Sleeping gorilla.
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Mother and child.
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Red River hogs.
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Dinner time for the lions.
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The female lion doesn't want anyone to know she is eating.
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The North Carolina zoo has the largest collection of chimpanzees in America.
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Lemur
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A very lazy red-fronted lemur glances at zoo visitors over its shoulder.