Picture of a lemur in the Knuthenborg safari taken in/from Knuthenborg (Denmark)
Camera: Sony DSC-H5
Comments: At Lolland you will find Knuthenborg Park, founded by the eccentric count Eggert Christoffer Knuth after 1864. Apart from a 7 km long wall it owes its magnificent botanical variety to that period. Especially the rhododendrons of Knuthenborg are famous and probably draws as many visitors as the animal collection. The first foreign animals arrived by boat as late as 1969: some antelopes, zebras and ostriches from Kenya. It is a spacious park where you spend the whole day, and you do get the feeling of an African reserve when you drive around it. If you haven't got a car there are bus tours available inside the park.