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Blackpool Zoo - OPEN

Karen-Jane Dudley

Blackpool Zoo - OPEN East Park Drive Blackpool Lancashire FY3 8PP

Get Close to Wildlife at Blackpool Zoo. Over 1000 mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates reside in 32 acres of scenic parkland on the edge of the UK's most famous seaside resort. From aardvarks to zebra, all your favourites are here including lions, tigers, giraffes, elephants, gorillas, orangutan and the very popular sealions.
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Blackpool’s Biggest Bubble 12th Oct 2020 Blackpool Zoo continues to celebrate its bubbles this week, almost a year to the day since it welcomed the final member of one of its most significant families.
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A visit to the zoo is good for you! 13th Feb 2020 Blackpool Zoo has teamed up with mental health charity, Lancashire Mind, to champion mental wellbeing for all.
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Blackpool Zoo to raise funds for Australian wildlife crisis 16th Jan 2020 Blackpool Zoo will mark Australia Day on Sunday 26 January by raising funds to support the millions of animals affected by the country’s devastating bush fires.
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Blackpool Zoo to welcome world’s rarest birds 1st Apr 2019 Work has begun at the zoo to reshuffle current residents and make room for four new aviaries.
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Magic Magellanic 3rd Oct 2018 Blackpool Zoo is the only zoo in the UK where you can see Magellanic penguins, and now they have five more!
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A star with stripes 14th Sep 2018 The UK’s only female Hartmann’s mountain zebra foal has been born at Blackpool Zoo.
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Big Bug Bonanza 2017 12th Dec 2017 Big Bug Bonanza (BB) is a bi annual campaign organized by the Terrestrial Invertebrate Working Group (TIWG). In 2017 BBB ran from the 6th to the 13th…
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30 Days Wild 30th Jun 2017 Throughout June 2017, Blackpool Zoo’s education team took on the Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild challenge and completed at least one random act of wildness each day.
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Investigating lumpy jaw in macropods 20th Jan 2017 Lumpy jaw is a leading cause of death in zoo-housed kangaroos and wallabies worldwide. The aim of this research is to determine the housing and husbandry requirements that will prevent and/or reduce outbreaks of lumpy jaw in zoos.