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Making Kidís Play of a Green Earth

Bali Safari and Marine Park Host Bali Orphans to a Day of Fun and Education

(4/26/2014) Bali Safari and Marine Park celebrated Earth Day on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 by entertaining a group of children from a local orphanage.

Adopting “green city” as a theme, the outing instiled on the children principles of environmental preservation and harmonious coexistence with nature.

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The Earth Day celebration saw 40 children from Dharma Jati Orphanage in Denpasar, together with a group of local media representatives, welcomed to the Park. The happy group of kids participated in specially prepared educational activities intended to enrich their knowledge about the environment and endangered animals.

“Today we celebrate Earth Day with lots of funs eco activities for our guests to enjoy the park as part of our education program on environmental awareness,” said park ranger Ratna Kartika.

In keeping with the “green city” theme, the children were taught how to reuse and recycle plastic materials.

Making the most of their visit to the Bali Safari and Marine Park, the children were treated to a treasure hunt and an elephant encounter experience. The media members in attendance enjoyed a separate agenda covering a "behind the scenes" view of the park's collection of wild animals and a visit to the Safari Poo Paper Factory where elephant manure is converted into paper.

The day finished for both the media and the children with attendance at the theatrical spectacular of the Agung Show at the 1,200-seat Bali Theatre.