Six Flags Great Adventure has come up with yet another brilliant idea!

Their new animal outreach program "Wild Encounters," will bring the world famous Great Adventure safari into classrooms, senior centers, after-school programs, clubs and more. Six Flags says these programs will teach about animals’ characteristics, habitats, history, and diets while bringing exotic animals live on location.

Six Flags will bring exotic birds, reptiles, snakes, and mammals for visits  Participants will be able to see a two-toed sloth, Moluccan cockatoo, and blue-tongued skink up-close! They will even be able to touch animals like a black and white tegu and red-tailed boa constrictor. Lesson plans are developed by Six Flags’ state-certified teacher and correspond with the New Jersey Student Learning Standards.

Want Six Flags Great Adventure's "Wild Encounters" safari program to visit your school or organization? Contact the Six Flags Safari Programs team at 732-928-2000 ext. 2221 or send an email to safariprograms@sixflags.com.

Don't forget, Six Flags Great Adventure opens for the 2018 season March 24!

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