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thrill-seeking teenagers – is a zip line attraction. You can now arrive at Green Bay, Wisconsin's NEW Zoo on a 1,000ft- long zip line and have simi- lar aerial thrills at Virginia Beach's Adventure Park and


Chattanooga, Tennessee's Ruby Falls, both also fea- turing aquariums, as well as in Newport, Rhode Island, where you can soar into historic Fort Adams. Speaking of aquariums and zoos, America is home to some of the best, including California's Monterey Bay Aquarium and San Diego Zoo, and then there are the theme parks and other places where you can swim with the dolphins. If you prefer to see your animals in the wild you can take a whale-watching cruise out of Massachusetts or California, watch the sea lions laz- ing beside San Francisco's attraction-crammed Pier 39 or, better still, holiday in one of the spectacular National Parks such as Wyoming's Yellowstone or California's Yosemite, which are full of wildlife as well as family recreational opportunities. (Take an airboat cruise through Florida's Everglades, easily reachable from popular beach-front Fort Lauderdale, and you might even spot a cruising alligator!)


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family prefers its outback encounters on


horseback consider a guided mule ride along the east rim of the Grand Canyon or a ranch holiday where you learn to ride and – depending on your equestrian skills – even help with cattle drives. Another part of theÚ


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