Porte Lympne finale

My annual ticket ran out yesterday so I scurried over to Porte Lympne wildlife park in Kent for what might be the last time for a while. As usual, I took a couple hundred photos of which all bar 50 were dealt with by the delete button. Here are my final 10:

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Paying homage to the alpha male
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The Aspinall foundation have release many rhinos back into the wild
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When you choose your food to match your hairdo.
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A natural looking new enclosure for the meerkats
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What a magnificient beast.
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Through the wires of captivity
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The moral dilemma of wild animals in captivity
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Gibbons seem such good parents.
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The grounds of Port Lympne wildlife park.
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A new, huge enclosure for the tigers.
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6 thoughts on “Porte Lympne finale

    1. I agree Julie but it may mean the survival of some species. And, the Aspinall Foundation are very good at returning some of these species to the wild.

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