If you mean same level as in altitude level.[IMG]
Why those 3 specifically?
Another factor could be public endangerment if people continue to act stupid around the walrus.
Where would Chester hold a walrus?
Honestly a few things recently haven't been giving the Aspinall's a good look.
Well that sure is something
And this has already paid off, seems to be quite a lot of free spaces at Chester now so I'm booked in for the 13th. Seems that the panic buying...
The giraffe calf has been named Albert! https://twitter.com/chesterzoo/status/1377641572217597953
BABY GIRAFFE NAMED!
Everyone, we'd like you...
I have been fooled once more!
Fantastic replacement for the sea lions ;):p
Yea, definitely going to keep a look out.
Looks like I missed out on the early bookings for Chester so I'm going to have to wait, first trip may end up being WMZ instead or somewhere else.
I don't think it should be that big of a worry considering it is more talking about private animal ownership and there's enough popular zoo...
Didn't know this was a thing, wonder how much buzz it will generate.
Just seen there is in fact an article on BBC News - World but you need to do a bit of scrolling to get there.
Such a big shame, though with such a charismatic species we can hope this reaches mainstream news.
Terrible news... I was under the impression bush elephant populations were increasing.
Though at the very least its good news the IUCN FINALLY...
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Ah yea, of course. Hopefully I will be able to get a trip down there soon enough too.
I'm back home in Cheshire when zoos open up again so a visit to Chester is likely.
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