10 of the Best Wildlife Reservations To Visit

10 of the Best Wildlife Reservations To Visit

For all you animal lovers like me out there, what better way to spend your weekend than staying your furry friends?

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There are frequent advantages to maintaining wildlife reservations. Protecting endangered species is one way of preservative them without worrying their right to live in the natural environment they flourish in best. Other than for conservation purposes, sanctuaries serve the overall public for education purposes and ecotourism becomes a major practical component of the country’s economy as well.

As Sylvia Dolson fairly said in “Joy of Bears”: “Connecting with the wasteland allows us to live in the flow of a expressive, joyful life. Embracing this state of connectedness or coherence with other living beings including animals, as opposed to feeling an “strangeness” or “separateness” brings a sense of harmony and enables us to be at peacetime with oneself and the world.”

Based on helpful study and support from other articles, here are the 10 most stimulating wildlife sanctuaries around the world:

10) Wolong National Natural Reserve, China 

9) Paul’s Place Wildlife Sanctuary, Australia

8) Tiggywinkles, England

7) Boon Lott’s Sanctuary, Thailand

6) Sundarban National Park, India

5) SanWild Wildlife Sanctuary, South Africa

4) Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary, Canada

3) Yellowstone National Park, USA

2) Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Malaysia

The Malaysian Borneo witnesses some of South East Asia’s wildlife. There are some of the best sea adventures and water sports available in the area where marine wildlife can be observed.

The lowland rain-forests can be travelled, and the Borneo Proboscis monkeys are one of the classes endemic to the area.

1) Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Australia

This is seemingly the oldest and largest Koala reserve to have happened in the world. In Brisbane, visitors get to handle snakes, kangaroos, lorikeets and the occasion for teenagers and children to get complicated by being tagged “Keeper of the day” to gain standpoint on what it takes to become a wildlife keeper.

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