The animals at Cotswold Wildlife Park in Oxfordshire enjoy some festive food.
The ring-tailed lemur had pinecones stuffed with grapes and stockings with grapes hidden inside.
Richard and Cath also offered Mammal and Small Mammal keepers, the park’s oldest ring-tailed lemur, some special seasonal treats.
Head ranger Mark Goodwin and his two children, Molly and Henry, hung up socks for the unicorn. The family lives on site in the park and Mark’s children have grown up there.
Mark named his newest rhinoceros Molly, born in August, after his daughter Molly.
The animals are given therapy to try to stimulate them mentally and physically with changes in their environment.
Cotswold Wildlife Park has been open to the public since 1970. The park is actively involved in conservation in the wild and is involved in several breeding programs for endangered species.
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