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Feb 7, 2012

The 'Ox-Factor' Arrives at Highland Wildlife Park



Two new girls who are certain to make their presence felt arrived at the Highland Wildlife Park over the weekend (Saturday 14th January).  Bad-tempered, aggressive, quick and very strong, these new Arctic females are polar titans whose species even outlived the woolly mammoth.



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