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  • Getting close to the animals at Aloha Safari Zoo

    VIDEO: At the family-run Aloha Safari Zoo in Cameron, N.C., visitors can see over 400 rescued animals including tigers, a bear, buffalo, antelope, wolves, kangaroo, lemur, oryx, zebras, monkeys and a giraffe named Stretch, who loves to be fed carrots. The facility is about 60 miles from North Carolina's zoo.

VIDEO: At the family-run Aloha Safari Zoo in Cameron, N.C., visitors can see over 400 rescued animals including tigers, a bear, buffalo, antelope, wolves, kangaroo, lemur, oryx, zebras, monkeys and a giraffe named Stretch, who loves to be fed carrots. The facility is about 60 miles from North Carolina's zoo. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
VIDEO: At the family-run Aloha Safari Zoo in Cameron, N.C., visitors can see over 400 rescued animals including tigers, a bear, buffalo, antelope, wolves, kangaroo, lemur, oryx, zebras, monkeys and a giraffe named Stretch, who loves to be fed carrots. The facility is about 60 miles from North Carolina's zoo. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

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