Newquay Zoo reopens after Storm Arwen damage

Newquay Zoo reopens after Storm Arwen damage

12/4/2021 2:47:00 PM

Newquay Zoo reopens after Storm Arwen damage

A fallen tree created a potential escape route for lemurs at Newquay Zoo.

A zoo has reopened after "significant" damage led to a week-long closure.Newquay Zoo, in Cornwall, said Storm Arwen caused "a significant level of damage to our infrastructure and services".This includes damage to a number of large trees with one falling into a lake and created a potential escape route for lemurs, that live on islands in the water.

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The zoo said all its animals were "safe and well" and none had escaped.It said "repairing the damage was a complicated task" but the fallen tree had now been removed.The zoo has thanked those involved in the clean-up and said they "look forward to welcoming visitors back".

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