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The Aspinall Foundation has some very exciting news. The Port Lympne Wild Animal Park is expecting a new family of gorillas to move into the Palace of the Apes. The attraction has laid empty since its previous residents Djala and family made the move to live free in the wild in Gabon. Since they left the park has made a number of alterations to the enclosure as it seeks to prepare it for the new residents who have already moved in.
At the start of the month Sir David Attenborough paid a visit to the Living Planet centre to officially open the new home of the WWF. The centre will soon welcome visitors of all ages into its eco friendly building so they can learn about the WWF’s important work in the natural world.
The Living Planet Centre is located in Woking and has the best environmental credentials with a unique “WWF Experience and Learning Zone” which school children and other visitors can learn about the crucial work the WWF does for global conservation.
Recently the first ever guide dog to be formally introduced to Peers entered the House of Lords.
Chris Holmes who now carries the title of Lord Holmes of Richmond took an oath of allegiance at a special ceremony in Westminster before the Lord Speaker with his guide dog sat firmly at his feet.
In October the ODEON Theatre began playing a three minute short film titled Virunga and featuring UK actress Ann Friel throughout the theatre chain in the UK. The film goes on a fascinating journey across lush tropical rain forest and snow capped mountains in an effort to show the amazing diversity on offer in Virunga National Park which includes gorillas and Elephants.
The Aspinall Foundation (TAF) says it is launching an initiative to save the Scottish Wildcat which is now critically endangered as a result of interbreeding with feral domestic cats.
TAF will send a conservation team to build a custom wildcat breeding centre located on island of the Scottish west coast called Carna. The breeding centre will also serve as a sanctuary for pure Scottish wildcats whose numbers are estimated to be less than 35 in the wild.