Rhino Savanna to debut at Living Desert – NBC Los Angeles
What there is to know
- Palm desert
- Opening on November 12, 2021
- Living Desert admission is $ 27.95 for adults, $ 25.95 for seniors, and $ 17.95 for children ages 3-12.
WONDERFUL ANIMALS, these noble and inspiring earthlings who have so much grace and goodness to transmit? You never know when you might meet such a super cool creature, the kind of animal that can make you see the world with new eyes. You might see a beast that moves you while hiking near you, at the beach, or when calling on a wildlife park that puts conservation at the heart of its mission. And if you happen to appeal The zoo and the gardens of the living desert in Palm Desert, from November 12, 2021, you will meet impressive earthlings, the black rhinos. Because a whole new habitat debuts on this day, dedicated to celebrating “many of Africa’s iconic species”, animals that also include antelopes, cape vultures and hairless mole rats.
RHINO SAVANNA … is the name of “… vast, multi-species, state-of-the-art habitat”, a vast expanse that “… will showcase twelve species”. Rhino Savanna’s goal? To “… transport guests to their own African safari, bond and foster appreciation of African wildlife”. The stars at the center of the habitat? Meet Jaali and Nia, now the largest mammals to call home in the famous animal park. And while the beginnings of the four acres Rhinoceros savannah is something special, another big rhino-focused event is brewing at The Living Desert: International Summit on Desert Conservation November 20, 2021. You can register for the virtual event, which will feature some of the leaders in rhino conservation, for $ 25.