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Children-theme month to stage in Yunnan Wild Animal Park

By : InKunming | Published: 2012-May-28

Children feed baby ostriches in the Yunnan Wild Animal Park on May 27. [Provided to InKunming]
 

Yunnan Wild Animal Park will organize a series of activities for Children from June 1 and last for one month, for celebrating the International Children's Day.

Following activities are arranged for children during the month: feeding baby ostriches, foxes, tigers as well as black bears, learning knowledges about wild animals, and taking photos with the baby animals.

Besides, a play area is set in the park. Accompanied by parents, children can play games such as: "horse vaulting", "rubber band skipping", "flying paper planes" and "passing single-plank bridges".

According to the park, an area of birds will be opened to the public for the first time.

On May 27, 30 children had trials in the park free of charge.

"Is it hard to feed wild animals?"

"No."answered the children.

Yunnan Wild Animal Park,the largest wildlife park in Southwest China, situated at the northern outskirts of Kunming, about 7 km away from the downtown, is a tourist attraction combining wildlife taming and breeding, sightseeing, and wildlife protection. Covering an area of 200 hectares, the park was built in July 2004. There are more than 10,000 animals of 200 species, such as Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys, Asian elephants and green peacocks.

Tips:

I.  Yunnan Wild Animal Park is open daily from 9:00am to 4:30pm.

II. How to get to:

    Buses:No.10 (special line) and No. 150, get off at the Yunnan Wild Animal Park stop.

    No. 76 and No. 75, get off at Fengyuan Crossing(沣源路口) stop, walk along the road for about 800 meters.

    Self-driving: Stop at Chuanjin (穿金) Road, Panlong District. Notice road sings.

III. The full-fare ticket is 65 yuan, and 50 yuan for discount fare(with valid identity documents, such as student's and military ID). Kindly call tel number +86-871-5017777/5018888 for more details.

(Editor:Tina He, Minnie Mao)

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