The concept of forest safari like Masai Mara, Kenya, and Kruger National Park, South Africa is much more interesting than zoos where animals are locked inside cages. In forest safaris, the vast diversity of animals like lions, elephants, buffalos, rhinos, cheetahs, etc. are allowed to roam in an open forest area with freedom.
In some zoological parks, animals are exhibited in small open spaces. We cannot judge whether it is sufficient space for animals, as far as humans can clearly see them behind just a fence or pit. Nobody knows if it is also like putting them in locked cages.
But, in my opinion, large forest safaris like Kruger park and Masai Mara park with over thousands of square kilometers of open forest space on the African continent are definitely well enough for almost all wild animals.
These are like creating a natural zoological eco-park where the animal food chain naturally takes place. There are no specific maintenance activities for wild animals like feeding, bathing, etc. In case of medical emergency for animals, the safari park team arrives to extend their help.
They don't interrupt in between when an animal hunts another. All it happens by nature. Public visitors are allowed to enter the safari park in their trucks with proper security precautions. The only thing is, it requires a large space of thousands of square kilometers.
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