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A Cambridgeshire Zoo is taking in old Christmas trees to give to its lions to play with.
It's the third year that Linton Zoo has been asking for donations and this year they've had double the usual amount.
Click above to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Emily Knight
A Cambridgeshire Zoo is looking for donations of old Christmas tress to feed to its lions.
Linton Zoo near Cambridge has already had double the usual amount of donations from people.
Kim Simmons from the Zoo says the trees are fun for the lions to play with. Click above to watch a short clip.
For more information you can visit the Linton Zoo website below.
Linton Zoo near Cambridge has found an unusual way to recycle old Christmas trees as people take down their decorations on the twelfth night.
The zoo is asking for people's old trees, to give to their lions. The animals love to play with the trees and rip them to bits.
The wood from the trees is also used to heat the animal enclosures.
It's the third year the xoo has taken in old Christmas trees and this year they have had double the usual amount.
The trees are used as part of the "enrichment" of the animals, trying to enhance their natural way of life.