Our 'Lemur Walkthrough' will be closed from 11th March for a few weeks to allow us to introduce a new group of lemurs to the area.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Our two serval really enjoy smelly types of enrichment such as rhino dung. This is a great piece of enrichment, as it adds new and exciting scents and stimuluses' to their environment, which the serval find interesting and exciting.
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The Park is home to more than 80 species of animals from around Africa - including the fastest mammal, the tallest mammal and the biggest bird in the world!
External conservation projects recently supported by Africa Alive! and ZSEA
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