I have heard for this place before but I have not set foot in the area. Not until last March when my little brother, Rashid, had their field trip.
The place is not open for people or tourists just yet, but it is open for different schools who want their pupils and students to have an educational field trip to the place. The care taker told us that if you went there without a prior letter or notice that you will visit the place, you are not allowed to enter.
There are so many animals they have their and some of them are these:
They also have deers, crocodiles, ostriches and snakes. I am glad that I went along with my little brother and brought my son too because they enjoyed walking around, watching different animals that we thought can only be seen on television.