Hamerton Zoological Park, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
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Hamerton Zoological Park is managed by an Independent/Unknown Organisation and is located in or near Hamerton.
* Hamerton Zoological Park - Opened as a conservation sanctuary in 1990. Hamerton's 15 acres of parkland provide a safe home for an array of creatures from around the world.
August 2006 HAMERTON Zoological Park in Cambridgeshire is a wildlife park with more than 100 species including tigers, cheetahs, wolves, lemurs, marmosets, meerkats, wallabies and a unique bird collection with rare and exotic species from around the world.
At Hamerton Zoological Park, near Huntingdon, 100 species of exotic birds and animals, from as far afield as Africa and the Amazon, are being given extra food as they recline in heated enclosures.
`Huntingdonshire Woods', Hamerton Zoological Park was opened as a conservation sanctuary in 1990. It is now home to around 500 animals from over 100 different species; some endangered, and some highly unusual and virtually unknown, being rarely seen in zoos.
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