Bali Safari Park is a perfect place for you to have more intimate experience with the animals and learn deeper about them.
After been strolling around the park for hours, there is nothing better than visiting our Petting Zoo! There are actually many animals that you can meet and even feed at our Petting Zoo.
Rabbits, also known as bunnies or bunny rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae. Live in environments ranging from desert to tropical forest and wetland, Rabbits often called a ground dwellers. In Petting Zoo Areas, you can find and play with them!
Rabbits have long ears that are most likely an adaptation for detecting predators. In addition to their prominent ears, which can up to 6 cm long, rabbits have long, powerful hind legs and a short tail.
Belong to herbivore animals, they likes to eat grass or other leafy plants. Here, you can feed this cute animals their favorite food such as long bean and spinach.
The goat (Capra hircus) is a domesticated species of goat-antelope typically kept as livestock. Related to the sheep, the goat is lighter of build, has horns that arch backward, a short tail, and straighter hair.
Male goats, called bucks or billys, usually have a beard. Females are called does or nannys, and immature goats are called kids.
Having a good appetite, they like to eat greens and leafy plants. One things you should know is goats are willing to eat almost everything. It’s also can be harmful for them so be careful, make sure they don’t take your own food!
The Guinea Pig
The guinea pig (Cavia porcellus) is a domesticated species of South American rodent belonging to family Caviidae.
One of the most unique behaviors they express is “popcorning,” in which they jump and twirl in the air when they are very happy!
Their natural diet is grass and vegetables such as spinach and carrots. You and kids can feed and touch them slowly to make a grateful moment.