15 Best Safari Park Instagram Posts of 2015

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If you already follow the Safari Park on Instagram, we can’t thank you enough. Without passionate supporters like you, our mission to lead the fight against extinction would be impossible. If you don’t follow the Safari Park on Instagram, you’re not only missing out on great animal content, but also the chance to help save species. From notable births and conservation successes to the death of our beloved Nola, 2015 was a big year, but our ambition to empower the world to save wildlife is even bigger. Have a look at the Park’s best posts of the year and follow us to join the fight.

We couldn’t help ourselves. #JurassicWorld #JurassicZoo #sdzsafaripark #RaptorSquad

A photo posted by San Diego Zoo Safari Park (@sdzsafaripark) on

This edition of #tongueouttuesday is brought to you by Chutti the #rhino. 😋

A video posted by San Diego Zoo Safari Park (@sdzsafaripark) on

#tbt When Ruuxa met his #puppy pal Raina 🐶 + 🐱 = ❤️

A video posted by San Diego Zoo Safari Park (@sdzsafaripark) on

It is with profound sadness we announce that 41-year-old Nola, one of only 4 remaining northern white rhinos, has died. Nola, who lived here since 1989, was under veterinary care for a bacterial infection, as well as age-related health issues. In the last 24 hours, Nola’s condition worsened and the animal care team made the difficult decision to euthanize her. We’re absolutely devastated by this loss, but resolved to fight even harder to ‪#EndExtinction. We ask you to join us in that fight. Please share your memories of Nola and your condolences with the ‪#Nola4Ever‬ hashtag, and let this be a warning of what is happening to wildlife everywhere. ‪#RIP sweet girl. You will be deeply, dearly missed.

A photo posted by San Diego Zoo Safari Park (@sdzsafaripark) on

Another day at the office. #GirafficPark #GiraffesInTheMist (pic by keeper Amanda Chapin)

A photo posted by San Diego Zoo Safari Park (@sdzsafaripark) on

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Matt Steele is senior social media planner for San Diego Zoo Global. Read his previous post, The Longest Tongues in the Animal Kingdom.

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