I am writing a short article on the Tenby Zoo that was open 1968-1979. This is the zoo that was built in the old fort on St. Catherine's Island. I knew this zoo in the early 1970's when I was friends with the then owners Christopher and Marion Batt. The animals were kept in enclosures built into the fort’s rooms and on the flat roof. The cages were basic, wooden structures covered with heavy gauge wire netting, suitably furnished with perches, shelves and shelters, and were adequate by the standards of the day. The smaller and more delicate species were kept indoors; a tree shrew, a pair of night monkeys and a breeding group of Common Marmosets, as were a pair of Ververt Monkeys, Blotched Genets, kinkajous, Striped Skunks and a single Lesser Indian Mongoose. On the fort roof built into some circular recesses, which I assume were old gun placements, were three open topped pens. Here they had a friendly pair of Short-clawed Otters, a family group of Racoons and a pair of hand-reared Badgers. On the main roof area were pairs of African Civets and Coatis, a trio of Red Foxes and some ferrets as well as aviaries for the larger birds. This is an incomplete list. Does anyone have any recollections of the zoo, what animals did it have and what did they breed? I never visited the zoo after 1974 so have no knowledge of the zoo under its second owner, any information would be of help. Many thanks.