A superbly set out conservation-led zoo, with clean areas for the animals to roam within. The lion and lioness, politely lined up together for photos and then rewarded us by wlaking right up to the edge of the enclosure to give us the once over. Although the weather was a bit variable, this didn't spoil our time there, as there are plenty of indoor areas to go around. One of the highlights was the bat house (kapow!! sorry couldn't resist for those of a certain age!) which houses over 500 free-flying (yes free flying) bats. Don't worry, it's not a case of you being set upon but you get the chance to see 3 diffferent species of bat up close, with the staff member being very helpful in using her torch to show our 10 yr old a close-up of one bat that was attached to the wall above us. All the areas seemed well-maintained and as much as we could tell, the animals seemed happy too. Great fun watching the baby elephants having a bath together.
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