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Oct 18, 2013

Twycross Zoo’s Veterinary Centre in Full Operation!


Tuesday 15th October 2013 marked the official unveiling of the Twycross Zoo Veterinary Centre, a project funded by the University of Nottingham to provide its students with a high-spec training centre and quality veterinary facilities for Twycross Zoo’s vet team who care for its vast array of exotic and endangered species.



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