Thrigby Hall - Cats n Crocs (mostly)

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I LOVE Thrigby Hall but it is not somewhere we get to often due to location - so I very much enjoyed a trip there last week. C&C welcome...

1. Salt Water Croc
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by Daysleeper40, on Flickr

2. Mugger Croc
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3. Gator
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4. Leopard Cat
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5. Golden Cat
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6. Clouded leopard (Nimbus)
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thanks for looking :)
 
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Love the eye contact in #6.

Paignton Zoo have a Salty but she's rarely that active. Only about 8-10 feet long (NOT going in to measure her, even at that size!) but rather menacing when she is in the water. Tracks kiddies wearing red (and adults' red bags!)
 
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Good set on Flickr Fi...
I think we went there about 17 years ago if its the place I think it was.....not many with a Salty Croc.....
Love the eye contact in #6.

Paignton Zoo have a Salty but she's rarely that active. Only about 8-10 feet long (NOT going in to measure her, even at that size!) but rather menacing when she is in the water. Tracks kiddies wearing red (and adults' red bags!)
Thanks both - we got lucky tbh as they don't feed them every day obviously.

The cloudy is a former resident of Cotswold Wildlife Park (Nimbus) - and I've just realised I've called her an ocelot in my original post by mistake!
 
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