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Porfell Animal Land - Trecangate, Lanreath, Nr Liskeard
Where the peace and tranquility of the Cornish countryside combine with the exotic world of wildanimals. There's a warm welcome at Animal Land for everyone who enjoys and appreciates animals and the countryside. Take a look at some familiar animals and some different ones too. Make close contact with rabbits, guinea pigs and goats, feed the ducks, chickens and deer, or just simply sit and watch.
Porfell Animal Land Wildlife Park
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Tamar Valley Donkey Park - St Ann's Chapel Gunnislake
Cornwall's Only Donkey Sanctuary: Indoor all-weather play barn. Breathtaking views of Plymouth Sound. Acres of space to enjoy. Eeyore's Souvenir Store. Season Tickets Children's Parties. Ample Parking. Disabled Facilities. Holly's Cafe for hot & cold meals & Cornish cream teas.
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The Monkey Sanctuary - Looe
The Sanctuary is home to a colony of 14 woolly monkeys. They are 3rd and 4th generation descendants of monkeys who were rescued in the 60's and 70's after being captured in the wild and brought to England as pets. Over the years the monkeys have gradually regained their natural social skills and learnt how to raise their young, communicate and organise their hierarchy, as they would have done in the wild. See Also:

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