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The drive through the Fossil Rim Wildlife Center was more enjoyable than I'd expected. The opportunities to get decent shots of the animals were more abundant, too.
giraffes have a sneaky second option for getting food out of you. If you roll up your windows, they can try and get through the sun roof.
European Red Deer? They can leave some impressive scratches on your car. Just saying.
Hartmann's Mountain Zebra was mainly interested in soaking up some sun.
bokeh effect, so I thought I'd include one. Besides, it's cheetah.
Addra gazelle is clearly the Neighbor of the Beast. Get it?
white rhinoceros are one of the last species you see on your drive. I have no idea how they can eat enough grass to fuel those ginormous bodies.
keratin like human hair and fingernails, could it just be a sign of old age? Whatever the case, it's gotta make it hard to graze.
scimitar-horned oryx before we actually saw some.
We ended up buying a family membership, because we love supporting places like this. I'm seriously considering a return trip for one of their guided photography tours, which take place in the late afternoon so you can get some great light from the setting sun. But even right smack in the middle of the day, I was happy to get some decent shots!