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General view of Cotswold WP 17/04/10

Left to right, the entrance to the Invertebrate House (also home to a few reptiles overspilling from the reptile houses behind and Belanger's Tree Shrews), the polecat exhibit (which is behind the Invert house but the corner can just be seen) and the exhibit for the breeding pair of Purple-faced Langurs.

General view of Cotswold WP 17/04/10
Maguari, 18 Apr 2010
    • Maguari
      Left to right, the entrance to the Invertebrate House (also home to a few reptiles overspilling from the reptile houses behind and Belanger\'s Tree Shrews), the polecat exhibit (which is behind the Invert house but the corner can just be seen) and the exhibit for the breeding pair of Purple-faced Langurs.
    • Pertinax
      I really hope they can do something with the Purple-faced Langurs to save them dying out. If this baby had been a female, that would have been a start. The two extra males need some female partners..
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    Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
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    18 Apr 2010
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