Bear cubs, racoon and fawn live alongside in Primorye Safari Park

The territory of the birds of prey is the only place in the safari park where the inhabitants are caged or tethered. "Otherwise a deadly battle would ensue," explains park warden Ivan Shnel. However, they are regularly given an opportunity to stretch their wings.

The territory of the birds of prey is the only place in the safari park where the inhabitants are caged or tethered. "Otherwise a deadly battle would ensue," explains park warden Ivan Shnel. However, they are regularly given an opportunity to stretch their wings.

Yuri Smityuk
70 km from Vladivostok in the region of Primorye lies a coastal safari park, where dozens of animals are kept practically in the wild, yet many of them are tame. Guests at the park are greeted by friendly white-breasted bears, sika deer, Siberian tigers, black kites, roe deer, and wild boar — just to mention a few.

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