Animal Management The newest edition to The Living Rainforest’s ever developing education program! This course is designed for college or university students wishing to progress into the exciting world of animal management and care. The students will join The Living Rainforest’s experienced team of animal keepers for a half day’s worth of essential learning outcomes for exotic […]
Keeper Experience Book an unforgettable experience up close and personal with the animals at the Living Rainforest Have you ever wondered if monkeys really do like bananas or if sloths can eat upside-down? Book an experience with us today and find out the facts for yourself. Each of our experiences gives you the opportunity […]
The Living Rainforest has planned a full schedule of daily events to help visitors get the most from their visit …
Current Vacancies Thank you for your interest in joining our team. We regret that due to the popularity of some vacancies, if we haven’t contacted you within 28 days please assume that your application was unsuccessful. The Living Rainforest and Trust for Sustainable Living are equal opportunity employers. Education Intern
Azare’s agoutis are large rodents found in the rainforests and savannahs of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. They are known as jungle gardeners as they often bury nuts and seeds and forget where they put them, thereby helping new plants to grow. They are one of the very few animals that can open a brazil nut due to their strength and exceptionally sharp teeth.
As for the Toucans … come and see!
Visitor Information Opening times The Living Rainforest is open daily, with the exception of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. We open at 10am and close at 5.00pm. Last visitors are admitted at 4.30pm each day. How to contact us Location and directions By car, the Living Rainforest is approximately 30 minutes from Oxford […]
The Living Rainforest, funded by The Rediscover Project, is offering adults and children an insight into the rainforests of Madagascar and the ancient South American game of Adugo this Easter.
After a packed first weekend, The Living Rainforest is anticipating record visitors, as it promises an educational alternative to video games, surfing the Net and television this holiday season.
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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