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Fearsome Feasts

31st March 2020 by Newquay Zoo

Fearsome Feasts is back! Join us for a rare opportunity to meet our keepers and the animals they look after!

Big Cats and Chilli

31st March 2020 by Newquay Zoo

Big Cats and Chilli back!! Join us for a unique experience to meet our keepers and their feline friends!

Silent Spring

31st March 2020 by bwm

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world… The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world. Zoo people want to change the world, but we now find it changed for us – and not in the way we hoped. All the big problems that previously consumed us – palm oil, climate change, marine plastic, the extinction of […]

Paignton Zoos fire-breathing dragon

31st March 2020 by bwm

It’s believed to be the first time a Komodo dragon has been pictured breathing fire in a zoo. Frustratingly, it comes at a time when the zoo is closed to the public becausejs/mail-send.js of the COVID-19 pandemic. The photo was taken by Paignton Zoo volunteer Cathy Oetegenn, who spends time around Komodo dragon Khaleesi as […]

The Penguin Pebble Trail

23rd March 2020 by Living Coasts

Discover our Penguin Pebble Trail at Living Coasts – starting from the Easter Holidays!

Quiet at Coasts

23rd March 2020 by Living Coasts

Afternoons for individuals with sensory needs.

World Penguin Day 2020

23rd March 2020 by Living Coasts

Saturday 25th April is World Penguin Day, so join us for penguin-themed fun all weekend!

Penguins & Prosecco 2020

23rd March 2020 by Living Coasts

Due to the current Covid-19 situation, we will not currently be selling tickets for this event. Tickets already purchased remain valid and we will update you as we continue to monitor these fast-moving and unpredictable circumstances.

World Otter Day 2020

23rd March 2020 by Living Coasts

Wednesday 27th May is World Otter Day!

Coastal Clean-ups

23rd March 2020 by Living Coasts

Due to the current circumstances of the coronavirus outbreak, we are currently postponing our beach cleans until further notice.

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