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Extra time to enjoy some animal magic.

IT'S a tall order but giraffes will be among the animals on show at the West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park during special late night openings.

After a successful ten-day trial last year, the park will now stay open past 7pm throughout August as thousands of families are expected to pour into the Bewdley-based animal reserve.

Visitors will also be able to see the football playing elephant, Latabe, as she has a kickaround at the park as well as taking a peek at the White Bengal Tiger cubs.

And if the weather takes a turn for the worse children can take a close up look in the Twilight Cave, creepy crawly section and Seaquarium.

Hair-raising rides such as Venom, the Black Fly and Twister will also be open. The last admission is 7pm with tickets costing pounds 5.50.

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TALL ORDER... Shannon Howes, 10, and Abigail Holden, 11.
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