Six Flags Debuts “The Fast And The Curious”

Bear” and “Bo (Photo courtesy Six Flags)

  JACKSON – This spring, guests will be invited to meet five new species at Six Flags Great Adventure.

  When the theme park opens for the season on April 4, the new animals will be at the park’s Wild Walkway and Camp Aventura on the Safari Off Road Adventure. Park admission includes both attractions.

  The new animals are cheetahs “Bear” and “Bo,” great horned owl “Luna,” American kestrel “Tyrion,” Patagonian cavy “Amelia,” and ferrets “Johnny” and “David.”

Luna (Photo courtesy Six Flags)

  The theme park and safari focus on animal education and conservation, and are currently home to more than 75 species of animals from six continents.

Tyrion (Photo courtesy Six Flags)

  The great horned owl, kestrel, cavy and pair of ferrets will participate in the park’s Safari Off Road Education, Silver Safari and Wild Encounters outreach programs that visit schools, clubs and other special events. For information on these programs, visit

Amelia (Photo courtesy Six Flags)
Johnny & David (Photo courtesy Six Flags)