Guess what?!? We are in…. Africa!! We’re kidding. Where are we? We’re in Wildlife Ranch in Texas. It’s Bison. It’s so cool! This is close-view experience. Especially it gives them the freedom to walk anywhere in the safari park. In a different meaning, Justin and I are inside the vehicle as “prison.” While all animals hold all the freedom. It’s clearly better than general zoos. Animals are trapped in the cage while people like us enjoy watching them. It’s not cool, you know? Bison refused to come to me. Maybe I’m not a Gallaudet student. Bison refused to make an eye contact. It means if I see tiger nearby, we can become a buddy because I’m an RIT alumni! You Gallaudet alumnus may make a good connection with Bison. See, it’s way better to have a close-view! It gives me the interaction feeling. It has pretty stripes. This animal is a huge one. I was terrified of being attacked by Zebra’s huge teeth! It’s same as the sign picture we saw recently! I learned that Zebra can bite your fingers if you’re feeding them in the wrong way. Calm down! They must be starving! Getting a bite from them is the reason I’m scared a bit. I have to admit I’m scared a bit! I was not sure if I’ll get a bite from Ostrich. Ostrich did bite my fingers. It wasn’t hurt at all. I guess Giraffes are shy to come and see us! We tried to feed them. Nothing has happened! Dang! Honestly, this wildlife ranch experience is way better than zoo experience. In the zoo, we are free. If we want to see some animals, then they should be free to walk around. It’s all about equality. We get free the same. You can get them to come to you for some food while you can pet them. Champ! The trip is finished! It was an awesome experience. I enjoyed my time here. This trip is perfect for family and kids. Definitely! It was such a great experience. You’re right. It’s great for kids. It’s a good way to eliminate its fear kids have towards to animals. While, in the zoo, your kids cannot pet animals. It’s located in New Braunfels, Texas. It’s close to San Antonio. It’s in the south of Texas. If you want to experience, then check it out!