LOXAHATCHEE, FL -- "Wildlife to Jen, the animals are Hungry!!”
“10-4 It’s time for their treats!”
A different kind of trick or treating in the bush. Feeding time is a dangerous place to be.
We’re on safari… at Lion Country Safari. These creatures don’t have to dress up, they’re scary enough!
Jennifer Berthume of Lion Country Safari says “You’ll get to see the animals stomping, smashing, chewing and playing with pumpkins what could be better?”
But beware, when they want their treats, nothing will stop them.
Our trekto find the king of the jungle, the scariest of all beasts!
Berthume adds “Our lions are more of the aggressive trick or treaters cause they’ll go over and grab their pumpkin and they’ll start eating in it, and smashing it and stomping on it, and throwing it around…”
First we run into some rhinos, BIIIIGGG and scary!
Then we see the chimps. Playful but still dangerous when they want their treats.
The elephants are hungry too, better watch out! They smash anything in sight!
Where is that elusive lion pride? That way!
Ahhh, here they are. Let’s get a little closer….shhhh…..The king of the jungle is nothing to mess with! They’re hungry!
move back slooowwllyy.
If stalking the wild animals is too much for you, there will also be trick or treating for the kids set up in the walk through park.
And if you dare, come to Halloween on safari tickets are 18 dollars for children, $24 for adults
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