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Introducing Gus, the baby giraffe!

We’re delighted to announce the birth of gorgeous Gus, a baby giraffe born to mum Genny and late father, popular Gerald. Gus was born at 7.07pm on Thursday 11th May. Both Gus and Genny are doing very well, with Gus … Continue reading

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Bear Awareness Day

On the 13th May, Noah’s Ark Zoo will be celebrating Bear Awareness Day! Come along to the Zoo and get to know our two Andean Bears, Tupa and Sonco, during our one-off Bear Awareness talk at 3pm!! Get involved with … Continue reading

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A-maze-ing Bunny Hunt fun!

Calling all Easter bunny hunters – this holiday, we’ve added a little extra surprise for intrepid explorers who take on our giant maze! Come along to see us this Easter and take part in our egg-citing seasonal treasure hunt to … Continue reading

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Elephant Puzzles

We have two African elephant bulls here at Noah’s Ark Zoo, Janu and M’Changa. Their two favourite things are playing and food, so our elephant keepers have found the perfect way to combine them… Enrichment Providing an enriching lifestyle for … Continue reading

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Tortoise Hatchlings

We have welcomed some super cute new arrivals to the Noah’s Ark Zoo family over December and January. Five tiny leopard tortoises have hatched from incubation in our Reptile House, causing excitement among our animal team who love it when … Continue reading

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New Attractions

If you’ve been up to Noah’s Ark this year you may have notice we’ve made some rather large changes around the zoo! We’ve started the 2017 season with new catering facilities and a shiny new slide for visitors to enjoy. … Continue reading

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Help save the giraffe in 2017!

Giraffe lovers, listen up! The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has announced that these wonderful tall-necked, long-tongued creatures have gone from being a species of ‘least concern’ to ‘vulnerable to extinction’. This change in classification has happened … Continue reading

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