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Nice little Zoo with some unusual animals you don't always see in Zoo's.
The only downside was that the Capybara didn't have a pond to swim in which is odd seeing that they are aquatic mammals.
DevonPeacock, Owner at Axe Valley Wildlife Park, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thankyou for your review. Glad you enjoyed seeing our unusual collection. Just to clarify though, we do have a pond in the Capybara enclosure. A must have for this species as you said. Used regularly especially during the very warm spell we had.
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Worth a visit!
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So pleased that it continues to do well.
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