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Written on: 22/03/2010 by Becky May (1 review written)
Durrell Zoo is a wonderful place to visit with children, adults or just for a walk on your own. It's amazing to go to a place that has such an important role in saving species around the world that seems to be so relaxed and friendly. It's got good catering facilities and a nice shop with items to suit all budgets and ages. I like the fact you can have a quick walk round or spend the day - I return every year and couldn't be without my gentle lemur fix!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/10/2008 by jamesrowen (1 review written)
The animals are animals which one would not expect to find in a normal zoo or wildlife park, for example the Coatis and Andean bears, living alongside each other in the Cloud Forest enclosure. These animals are not found in many normal animal collections, and they provide the visitor with some added excitement. The animals in general are wonderful reminders of a planet in peril. I salute Gerald Durrell's mission, and his message. I wanted to see his collection since the age of seven, and I… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/02/2006 by carl Groombridge (20 reviews written)
Jersey Zoo is fantastic center for conservation and education. I took a group of HND students to Jersey Wildlife Perservation Trust (Not keen on the word zoo for this establishment) and they were captivated with joy and developed with a very serious need to absorb and learn more and more at JWPT. There is somthing for everybody at JWPT!!
A must for ALL budding biologists, Vets, Naturalists and general interested folk/families.
I went on my 18th birthday and have returned four times since. I'm… Read Full Review
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