Animals, Animals, Leopards

Snow Leopard

A large cat native to the mountain range of Central and South Asia. It is an endangered species with an estimated population of 4,080-6,590 adults and is the National Heritage Animal of Pakistan.

Where you can see the Snow Leopard

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Paradise Wildlife Park

Paradise Wildlife Park, White Stubbs Lane, Broxbourne, United Kingdom

Paradise Wildlife Park began life as Broxbourne Zoo in the 1960s and was purchased in 1984 by the Sampson family, who have successfully turned the attraction around. They have made it their mission to create more spacious open enclosures and develop an extensive education programme and more hands-on activities.

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Banham Zoo

Banham Zoo, Banham, Breckland District, United Kingdom

Banham Zoo is an award winning family attraction and one of the most exciting wildlife attractions in the country with over 2,000 animals from around the world. Throughout the day there are plenty of activities to thrill and entertain families, including daily animal feeding talks and displays, one of the largest ‘Birds of Prey’ displays […]

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Linton Zoo

Linton Zoological Gardens, Hadstock Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Linton Zoo has lots to see including Lion, Tigers, Snow Leopards, Tapir, Zebras, Red Kangaroo, Binturong, Owls, Toucans, Storks, Hornbills, Lemurs, Parrots, Giant Tortoises, Spiders and many others set in 18 acres of spectacular gardens; many featuring aviaries landscaped with rockeries and waterfalls. Linton Zoo also has a play area, keeper talks, animal feeds and […]

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Twycross Zoo

Twycross Zoo, Burton Road, Atherstone, United Kingdom

Set in more than 80-acres, Twycross Zoo have around 500 animals of almost 150 species to see, including many endangered animals and native species in the Zoo’s Nature Reserve. Twycross Zoo was founded in 1963 and is now renowned as a World Primate Centre and has a wide variety of monkeys and apes including the […]

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Port Lympne Reserve

Port Lympne, Wild Animal Park (N-bound), Lympne, United Kingdom

In Kent, Port Lympne Wild Animal Park is popular with visitors, and is run by the Aspinall Foundation along with Howletts Wild Animal Park. John Aspinall purchased Port Lympne in 1973 to support his growing animal collection, with it opening to the public in 1976.

Paradise Wildlife Park

Paradise Wildlife Park began life as Broxbourne Zoo in the 1960s and was purchased in 1984 by the Sampson family, who have successfully turned the attraction around. They have made it their mission to create more spacious open enclosures and develop an extensive education programme and more hands-on activities.

Banham Zoo

Banham Zoo is an award winning family attraction and one of the most exciting wildlife attractions in the country with over 2,000 animals from around the world. Throughout the day there are plenty of activities to thrill and entertain families, including daily animal feeding talks and displays, one of the largest ‘Birds of Prey’ displays […]

Linton Zoo

Linton Zoo has lots to see including Lion, Tigers, Snow Leopards, Tapir, Zebras, Red Kangaroo, Binturong, Owls, Toucans, Storks, Hornbills, Lemurs, Parrots, Giant Tortoises, Spiders and many others set in 18 acres of spectacular gardens; many featuring aviaries landscaped with rockeries and waterfalls. Linton Zoo also has a play area, keeper talks, animal feeds and […]

Twycross Zoo

Set in more than 80-acres, Twycross Zoo have around 500 animals of almost 150 species to see, including many endangered animals and native species in the Zoo’s Nature Reserve. Twycross Zoo was founded in 1963 and is now renowned as a World Primate Centre and has a wide variety of monkeys and apes including the […]

Port Lympne Reserve

In Kent, Port Lympne Wild Animal Park is popular with visitors, and is run by the Aspinall Foundation along with Howletts Wild Animal Park. John Aspinall purchased Port Lympne in 1973 to support his growing animal collection, with it opening to the public in 1976.

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