Fota Wildlife Park, Cork (Revisited)

I have been to Fota Wildlife Park a few times now, and each time I visit, there is something new to be seen.  You can see more of the animals in two earlier posts, here, and here.

This time, there were lots of “new babies” around, as well as the addition of two Sumatran Tigers in “The Tiger Forest”, and the opening of The Tropical House, which has butterflies, amphibians, and endangered reptiles.

Cheetah

 Cheetah

Rothchild Giraffes

Rothchild Giraffe & Calf

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Scimitar-Horned Oryx

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Indian Pea-Fowl

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Colombian Spider Monkey & Infant

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Ring-Tailed Lemur

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Fearless Ring-Tailed Lemur!

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Lion-Tailed Macaques

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White-Tailed Sea Eagle

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One of the butterflies in The Tropical House

Sumatran Tiger

Sumatran Tiger, asleep in the shade

Robin

Robin, posing for his picture too!

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2 thoughts on “Fota Wildlife Park, Cork (Revisited)

    • Well worth a visit, Magda, if you have a few hours to spare. Just wander through and enjoy the freedom offered to the animals in the park 🙂

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