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Love is in the air

With our Valentine’s Night event fast approaching, staff are noticing romantic inclinations amongst the animals and birds here at The Living Rainforest.

The red-billed toucans, Tilly and Hopper, are becoming friskier: this is great news as it suggests that Tilly is now strong enough to breed. Staff are setting about building a nest box for the pair.

The piranha fish are also getting in on the act, stimulated by a recent flushing of their tank with cold water to simulate the floods in their natural habitat.

Last but not least, the rest of us. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day and spring to come, The Living Rainforest will again host its popular Valentine’s Night event on Friday 14th February. Starting at 7pm, the event includes a finger buffet, glass of white wine and the opportunity to join a guided tour exploring “aphrodisiacs of the rainforest”!.

With our Valentine’s Night event fast approaching, staff are noticing romantic inclinations amongst the animals and birds here at The Living Rainforest.

The red-billed toucans, Tilly and Hopper, are becoming friskier: this is great news as it suggests that Tilly is now strong enough to breed. Staff are setting about building a nest box for the pair.

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This entry was posted on Wednesday, February 12th, 2003 at 12:16 pm and is filed under News.

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