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African Plains in the snow

The anakole stayed inside (the addax were in a different shed) but the zebra, lechwe and ostrich were outside

African Plains in the snow
OrangePerson, 20 Dec 2009
    • OrangePerson
      The anakole stayed inside (the addax were in a different shed) but the zebra, lechwe and ostrich were outside
    • jacks zoo
      is this the only housing for the african plains animals? Is there yards or other housing so animals can be seperated
    • OrangePerson
      There are at least two others, the addax were in one, they seem to like the other house, last time I was there one of the addax was standing up to the anakole that was in it. There is another one that probably held some of the lechwe because there are a lot of them and there were not that many out but I couldn't see into that one.
    • lechweoryx
      There are no yards or places to lock them up then?
    • Pertinax
      What's the thing behind the shed- a Grain silo? Is this park part of a farm?
    • Maguari
      The silos are outside the wildlife park grounds - I don't believe the land is owned by the park.

      The park is not on a farm as such but is allied to a livery stables that they inherited from the old Shire Horse Centre.
    • OrangePerson
      I think they can shut them in the houses but don't think there are any yards.
      The stuff behind seems to be owned by Trent Water. I wish they could grow something to screen it off!
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