Tigers attract more to Noah’s Ark
02 September 2009
Some wild antics from some of Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm’s most popular animals have helped the Wraxall attraction reach its highest visitor numbers.
August visitor figures are up by 55 per cent and keepers believe the arrival of the zoo’s Bengal tigers in July have helped make the attraction more popular.
Female cat, Kushkja, has been seen stalking visitors in the long grass or playing with her rope ball and male, Tanvir, has kept people entertained while splashing around in his swimming pool.
Tiger keeper Emma Godsell said: “During the daily tiger keeper talks Tanvir is encouraged to go into the pool but had been a bit of a scaredy cat.
“Since he has taken the plunge we can’t get him out of there as he loves it so much.
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