Bridlington Animal park welcomes 12 new species this year

At the beginning of 2020 the park had no idea what the year was going to bring, and were closed for the majority of 2020.

However in January Paul Woodward the manager promised he would bring in 12 new animal species throughout the year.

Well the year is nearly over and below is a list of their new arrivals for 2020

African crested Porcupine

Brazilian Porcupine

6 banded Armadillo

Grants Zebra


Bactrian Camel


Scarlet Ibis

Red bellied Agouti

Ring tailed Lemur

Military Macaw

African grey Parrot

Please come and support us and see all the new animals in 2021

Paul and all the staff at the park would like to thank you for the much appreciated, but limited support locals and visitors have given to them this year and is looking forward to your visits in 2021.

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24 October 2021

Time Type Height
01:11 low 1.41m
07:07 high 5.69m
13:23 low 1.54m
19:25 high 5.59m

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