Charley visits Safari Wilderness

- Charley spent the day Tuesday at Safari Wilderness in Lakeland. The property spans 260 acres of pristine Florida wilderness populated with herds of African and Asian species.

Guests can go on real safari tours in the park's vehicles, no plane ticket to Africa required. And more adventurous folks can safari by kayak, horse, even on a camel.

Charley got to hang out with a camel, feed some lemurs, and hang out with many other exotic animals.

If you want to make friends with some of the incredible creatures at Safari Wilderness, visit

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