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Knowsley Safari Park has unveiled its new animal stars for 2012 - with pride!
The attraction has a trio of new male lion cubs courtesy of first-time mum Handeya, who is almost three years old, and dad Kenya, Knowsley¹s breeding alpha male. The cubs have been named Gold, Silver and Bronze to mark this year¹s London Olympics.
Knowsley Safari Park is one of the top choices for a family day out in the north of England. The 550-acre park on the Earl of Derby's estate has been one of the region's leading all-day attractions for more than 35 years, offering a unique five-mile safari drive along roads lined with exotic animals from all over the globe.
It is now the only safari park in the North West and one of only five in the UK and is currently riding high in popularity, welcoming more than 500,000 visitors a year.
There is, in fact, a long history of keeping animals on the Knowsley estate. In the 19th century Edward, the 13th Earl of Derby, kept one of the largest private menageries in the world with 90 species of mammals and 300 species of birds!
These days Knowsley's 500 mammals include rhinos, camels, buffalo, bison, wildebeest, lions, tigers, zebra, baboons, monkeys, deer, antelopes and wallabies.
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