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"It was a truly memorable day... You can see how loved and well looked after they are...we will never forget feeding the lions, they were incredible."

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Sea Lion close up

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Monica

Monica is female, born in 1996

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  • Tullulah Flipped

    Tullulah

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    African Lion
    Scientific
    Panthera leo
    Diet
    Carnivorous
    Status
    Vulnerable
    Did you know
    A lion's roar can be heard up to 8km away A lion can rest / sleep for up to 20 hours a day Lions are the only big cat where male and female have different physical features
  • Black Bear - 2 fighting

    George

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    North American Black Bear
    Scientific
    Ursus americanus
    Diet
    Omnivorous
    Status
    Least Concern
    Did you know
    Black Bears are opportunists and will take advantage of most opportunities to eat, from scavenging to fishing and foraging. A group of bears is called a Sleuth or Sloth.
  • Sea Lion close up

    Monica

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    Californian Sea Lion
    Scientific
    Zalophus californianus
    Diet
    Carnivorous
    Status
    Least Concern
    Did you know
    The deepest dive of a Sea Lion recorded was to nearly 300m, and the longest dive lasted just under ten minutes! Sea Lions are very vocal, barking and roaring loudly!
  • Raja Flipped

    Raja

    Class
    Mammals
    Species
    Asian Elephant
    Scientific
    Elephas Maximus
    Diet
    Herbivorous
    Status
    Endangered
    Did you know
    One of the Elephant’s closest known relatives is the Manatee, a large round sea mammal. Elephants can communicate through infra-sound noises humans cannot hear

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