CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES | Hawksbill Sea Turtle Hawksbills are named for their narrow, pointed beak. They also have a distinctive
Liberty Park Charities, Inc. is currently working on Crabby Lion Conservation Park. Plans for the park include an Equine Rescue, a Zoo & Aquarium, and a Wildlife Safari. The focus of the park is animal conservation and environment preservation. Animal species and sea life species featured in the park will include those on the endangered species directory published by World Wildlife Fund.
Our plan is to use innovative technology to spread the message about conserving our planet and saving endangered species. In addition to having real animals and sea life, Crabby Lion will use Media Based Dark Rides, Holographic 360 projections, 7-D Augmented Reality Technology and other cutting edge innovation to bring the story of each animal and their fragile ecosystems to life.
A typical visit to the park will include guided safari tours, an underwater scuba-ride where you’ll feel like you’re deep down in the ocean swimming with whales, virtual reality and augmented reality rides where guests can immerse themselves as an observer in the animal’s natural environment, delicious food and plenty of activities and attractions to keep each guest entertained so much they won’t even realize how much they are learning.
Learn about turtle conservation efforts being made and how you can help.
Sea turtles have existed since the time of the dinosaurs. Join us and find out about the ancient mariners’ oldest known ancestor, how certain adaptations may have helped the reptiles survive, and the conservation efforts being made to save these creatures.