3766 Old Clyattville Road
Valdosta, GA 31601
COVID-19 NOTICE: We’re open as scheduled here at Wild Adventures and the team is committed to providing a safe and memorable experience for guests. We take cleanliness and hygiene seriously all-year round but have recently ramped-up efforts to help prevent the spread of germs. That means, twenty-six (26) additional hand-sanitation stations throughout the park, rigorous and high-frequency deep cleaning of commonly touched surfaces and increased hygiene signage in public and team member areas. We’re diligently following guidelines from the CDC on prevention, and strongly encourage guests to do the same prior to visiting.
Zebu is the common name for several breeds of humped cattle. It’s one of the oldest known species of cattle and has been around 6,000 years. They are a domestic cattle used as labor and riding animals in Africa, India, and other parts of Asia. The zebu is called the “Sacred Cow” of India and evolved from Indian wild cattle.
It has a large fatty hump on its shoulders, long horns, and a large dewlap (a loose flap of skin hanging from the throat of cattle). It has a great endurance and resistance to heat and many diseases. Even though zebus are a poor source for milk and meat, they have been bred in the United States with other types of domesticated cattle.
|WHERE IN THE WILD?
||AFRICA AND ASIA
|WHAT'S ON THE MENU?
||GRAZERS, MOST GRASS
NEWS & SPECIAL OFFERS
Subscribe to our park news, events and special offer emails.