This is an interesting place to visit with some beautiful animals. It's probably best the think of the place as a charity which you can visit the workings of, rather than a traditional zoo.
The site is clearly a work in progress with new areas under construction. It's pretty small and somewhat cramped but is nicely kept.
The enclosures are not huge but I imagine they're big enough for the animals. There's plenty of information posted on each animal.
It's definitely worth going around the areas twice to check on enclosures that seemed empty first time around as animals that were hidden first time around can be out in the open half an hour later.
The site is small but when we were there every visitor we passed was wandering around effectively lost - unsure whether there was more to see in a particular area or whether there was another section to visit or not. A photocopied map would be extremely welcome and would cost the owners practically nothing to produce.
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