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  • 1. Lee Su Hyun Ha Neul Jung You Jin
  • 2. American animal in San Diego Zoo Safari Park American poisonous plants
  • 3. The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is an 1,800 acre zoo in the San Pasqual Valley area of San Diego, California, near Escondido The park houses a large array of wild and endangered animals including species from the continents visited by 2 million people annually, houses over 2,600 animals representing more than 300 species, as well as 3,500 plant species
  • 4. The San Diego Zoological Society became interested in developing the Wild Animal Park in 1964. In 1964, the park was assessed financially and then moved onto the next phase. The estimated initial cost was $1,755,430. When it came to naming the park, five titles were considered: San Diego Animal Land, San Diego Safari Land, San Diego Wild Animal Safari, San Diego Wildlife Park and San Diego Wild Animal Park. On June 30, 2010 the San Diego Zoo Board of Trustees voted to change the name of the park to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
  • 5. Asian Savanna and African Plains Rhinos in the African Plains The park's largest exhibits. African Plains represents many regions and habitats. East Africa displays Cape buffalo, Southern white rhinoceros, Ugandan giraffe. The North Africa exhibit represents the Sahel and Sahara and houses scimitar-horned oryx. .The Southern Africa field exhibits Grevy's zebras.
  • 6. nairobi Village and Gorilla Forest The park's Nairobi Village houses numerous exhibits for smaller animals. Among these are meerkats, an African Aviary, lemurs, flamingos, red river hogs, and bee eaters.
  • 7. Lion Camp A pair of African lions rests on an overcast day. Opened in October 2004. The path continues along an acacia-studded ravine and leads to a replica observation tent. This has a smaller viewing window as well as a Land Rover for the lions to rest on.
  • 8. Tours and Rides The Monorail line has been retired, partially due to high maintenance costs, and in March 2007 the Journey into Africa attraction, now renamed Africa Tram, opened. The tour utilizes a wheeled tram that runs on biofuel instead of a monorail, and, unlike the monorail, the attraction now costs extra; however, it remains free for members of the San Diego Zoological Society.
  • 9.  Anthurium After eating the plant, you mouth with break out into blisters and result in intense soreness. is a genus of about 1000 species of flowering plants, the largest genus of the arum family , Araceae.
  • 10.  Mala Mujer It has milky sap that causes irritation and redness of the skin, and if you rub your eyes, it may cause permanent damage such as blindness.
  • 11.  Wisteria Mostly growing in the Southeast and Southwest regions of the continent, Wisteria grows to tree-height and produces long, delicate, purple flowers in an inverted triangle.
  • 12.  Hippomane mancinella The manchineel tree , Hippomane mancinella , is a species of flowering plant in the spurge family ,and the only species in the monotypic genus Hippomane . Manchineel is native to Florida in the United States , the Bahamas , the Caribbean , Central America , and northern South America .
  • 13.  Fly-trap The Venus flytrap Dionaea muscipula, is a carnivorous plants native to subtropical wetlands on the East Coast of the United States. When an insect or spider crawling along the leaves contacts a hair, the trap closes if a different hair is contacted within twenty seconds of the first strike.