A pair of Fossas - a rare predator from the Island of Madagascar- are settling into their new at Port Lympne Animal Park in Kent. Ikongo and a female, named Sambava were born at the San Deigo Zoo and have moved to the garden of England to further a breeding programme.
Keepers at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in kent have welcomed a female red panda named Wanmei, in the hope that she will hit it off with Tiang Ming - the parks contented bachelor.
Earlier this year Tiang Ming moved into a brand new home - with space for a family - in the hopes that a suitable female would be found.
Adrian Harland, animal director, said: "Tiang Ming has been living the life of a contented bachelor for the past few years and we always hoped that a suitable female would be found to keep him company amongst the trees, bamboo and hideaways in his new home.
"I’m so pleased that Wanmei has joined him and although she is bossing him about at the moment, I have high hopes that a relationship will blossom."
Red pandas are typically solitary in the wild, unless mating, and spend most of their time in trees. In the colder months they will wrap their tails around themselves like a scarf, to keep warm.
Easter may still be a few days awa, but that hasn't stopped Meerkats at Port Lympne Animal Park in Kent from feasting on Easter eggs. They're filled with treats to teach them to work on how to get inside.
The meerkats at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, near Ashford, were very "eggcited" when keepers provided some novel Easter themed enrichment for them, in the form of giant papier-mâché eggs filled with treats.