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Improved habitat for Dwarf Crocodile and free-range birds

We are pleased to announce that major improvements have been made to our Crocodile habitat in preparation for the addition of new free-range birds to our Rainforest Ecosystem houses over the coming weeks and months.

New plants and branches have been added to give our Dwarf West African Crocodile more space to hide away in the undergrowth and feel secure under the watchful eyes of visitors. Netting has been installed around three sides of the crocodile enclosure to keep curious birds away. And new barrier walls have been added to enhance visitor safety.

The changes look great and our staff are really pleased. We hope that visitors will enjoy the improvements as much as we do.

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This entry was posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2007 at 4:09 pm and is filed under News.

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