Categorised as Endangered Naturally they could be found in an extended area from China to Thailand, Burma and the Malay Peninsula, but unfortunately, living in forests they have become endangered, mainly because of deforestation – but also because of trade as bush meat and pets. Their life expectancy in the wild is about 25 so we are lucky to have Brian who is at least twice that age.
Now that she’s got her first summer season with us under her belt I asked Vicky Jennings, our new head animal keeper about her work. She always knew she wanted to work with animals and told her parents at the age of three that she would be a zoo keeper one day. Discover how she got her […]
One of the Lar Gibbon at our Lake District Wildlife Park is being treated like royalty this week because he is celebrating his tenth birthday. The Keepers have even made a cake packed with some of his favourite foods. Nobby was born a decade ago and has spent his whole life at the Lake District […]