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Scandinavian Wildlife Park, Kolind

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Zoo / Aquarium
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  • We have visited the Scandinavian wildlife park along with our 2 grandchildren each year in the last 5 years, the last time in October 2016. It is a full day, we use every time, when we should see the animals being fed and at the same time hear animal passerens wise words about animals, see eagles appearance, and not at least see how great Siku has been, since we have followed his upbringing. Everything ends with an exciting ride on the playground-good for all age groups. Animal Park is highly recommended to visit.
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  • A very family-friendly animal park with super committed animal pass. Spent a whole day there with family and kids. The large swollen footpaths make it easy for anyone to see anything. All the animals looks really good in their fine surroundings.
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  • I visited the site together with my walking-impaired spouse. It was no problem, because we could rent an electric scooter for 100 USD and have it at our disposal for as long as we were there. The paths were in the entire area fine to move on, also for electric scooter, so we were not restricted in access to something and had seen all the areas. Some might also expect to see more exotic animals, but it is very fine to have only animals that live or have lived in the Danish nature.
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