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The family who bought a UK zoo has a new penguin enclosure

Paradise wildlife park has proudly unveiled their new African penguin enclosure - but the penguins took a little longer to warm up to the change than expected. The family zoo in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire has carefully designed a new, larger enclosure for the colony. The zoo was bought by the Whitnall family in 1985 and they worked tirelessly to transform it from the UK’s worst zoo into an amazing conservation focused zoo for all species. Videographer / director: Jack Stevens Producer: Hannah Stevens, Ruby Coote Editor: Sonia Estal


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