Me and my wife Lynsey are on a Zoo tour this year, discovering the awesome animals around the UK, and taking part in experiences where we can, please check out our videos of each visit: https://youtu.be/BR9D2ruUCzY The 2nd zoo on our tour took us to Hamerton Zoo Park, near Huntingdon. On first impression it seemed quite a small zoo, set in a square with wallabies and some birds in the centre, but after a bit of exploration it opened up into quite an expanse, with some amazing animals on display. Hamerton has a great little Sloth House, but we careful, it's almost pitch black and take a while for your eyes to adjust. Inside is around 3 Sloths, when we went they were really active. Walking around the zoo you will see some stunning animals: Gibbons, Canadian Lynx, White Bengal Tigers, but the rare gem is a Jaguarundi. Not present in any other zoo in UK, we managed to get a glimpse but that was all. They also had two baby cheetahs that we saw being walked ona lead by two of the keepers, they were so cute! The Gopro brings out the inquisitive side in some animals, the Lar Gibbons seems curious, and the meerkats and some of the stunning birds tried to give the camera a peck. The grey goose was hilarious, running up and down, following Lynsey. Unfortunately we didn't take part in any animal experience here (although we did fee the goats - standard). The Cheetah experience was a little too expensive.... You can probably get round the zoo in 2-3 hours. I don't remember any feedings or talks available to stretch the day out. A great small sized zoo and is worth the £11.95 entry fee. Highlights: Catching a glimpse of a Jaguarundi, watching the keepers walk the cheetah cubs, the Canadian Lynx, the goose chasing Lynsey. Lowlights: Only catching a glimpse of the Jaguarundi, not seeing the raccoon, the fact we couldn't buy a wristband for our collection (at least they had a key ring). If you want any more info, or want to give feedback please feel free to reply.