Few animals combine power and grace like the great cats. These enormous predators are as beautiful as they are dangerous. Great Cats World Park allows you to watch as trainers work with the animals to bring out their natural predatory behavior.
The park is home to one of the largest and most varied collections of wild and exotic cats on the West Coast. The athletic abilities of the more than 40 cats from 17 different species represented at the park will mesmerize you. They will teach you about the different instincts and behaviors that the cats possess and display. Every day there are demonstrations. See tigers and lions, caracals, servals and leopards, along with many others. Snow leopards, lynx and ocelots roam re-created habitats like royalty of the wilderness. Craig Wagner, the park’s director, has worked with cats for movies, magazines and much more. Visitors are encouraged to talk with and ask questions of the knowledgeable trainers. This park is educational and fun, and will delight the imaginations of children and adults.
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