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Coming Sunday: A wild time

Safari North Wildlife Park in Brainerd and Pine Grove Zoo in Little Falls reopen for the season.

A giraffe at Safari North Wildlife giraffe
A giraffe at Safari North Wildlife Park looks over the fence at the Brainerd lakes attraction located off Highway 371.
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Safari North Wildlife Park in Brainerd and Pine Grove Zoo in Little Falls have exciting plans as they reopen for the season.

Learn more about the local tourist attractions that are a hit with children and adults alike in Sunday’s story by Frank Lee.

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