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Howletts Wild Animal Park
Port Lympne Animal Park
Wingham Wildlife Park

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Howletts Wild Animal Park
(Canterbury)

 

World Leaders in Breeding Rare Species
They are a breeding centre for rare and endangered animals and although we work hard to offer a great day out for our visitors, the animals have to come first.

Howletts take the time to replicate animal habitats as closely as possible and they make sure that every enclosure has shelter and appropriate foliage. They never lock an animal into a viewing area, instead they let them choose where they want to be and if they want to be seen.

There methods of animal care over the last 40 years mean that Howletts have become world leaders in breeding rare species including western lowland gorillas, black rhino, clouded leopards, various primates and African elephants.

Bekesbourne Ln, Canterbury CT4 5EL
01227 721286


Port Lympne Safari Park, Wild Animal Reserve
(Hythe)

 

Animals Come First
Port Lympne Reserve is very different from a conventional zoo and they ensure that here the animals always come first.

They do our best to provide a fantastic visitor experience and they are constantly striving for new ways to ensure that they are one of Kent’s best days out, whilst not forgetting the primary reason that they are here – to ensure the survival of endangered animals.

Port Lympne is a breeding sanctuary for rare and endangered species.  In the UK, Port Lympne are the most successful breeders of clouded leopards and de brazza monkeys, and one of the most successful breeders of western lowland gorillas and fishing cats in the world.
Wherever possible, they aim to return animals born at Port Lympne, to protected areas of their natural habitat.

Aldington Road, Lympne, Hythe CT21 4LR
01303 264647


Wingham Wildlife Park
(Wingham)

 

Wingham Wildlife Park is Kent’s fastest growing wildlife park, nestled just outside the beautiful cathedral city of Canterbury, in Kent.
As a family-owned park, they’re proud to house the largest number of animal species out of all wildlife parks and zoos in Kent
– which means that you’ve come to the right place; whether you’re looking for tigers, flamingos, bats, or even the adorable red panda.

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