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Amazona Zoo’s gift to Norfolk Dads this Father’s Day

PUBLISHED: 13:58 13 June 2017 | UPDATED: 13:58 13 June 2017

Amazona Zoo, Cromer. 
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Amazona Zoo, Cromer. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

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One of Norfolk’s most popular attractions, the Amazona Zoo in Cromer, is giving Norfolk dads a special treat with free entry on Father’s Day, June 18.

Amazona Zoo, Cromer. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY Amazona Zoo, Cromer. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

The zoo is home to more than 200 tropical animals, including jaguars, pumas, ocelots, monkeys, snakes, caimans, flamingos, tapirs and Tic-Tac the toucan,

The zoo is committed to helping visitors discover nature and providing education on conservation issues set within 15 acres on the north Norfolk coast.

The zoo also has a well-equipped indoor play area Jungle Tumbles, and an extensive outdoor area Rainforest Springs where children can play.

There are also a number of exciting additions this year, which include two large outdoor jumping pillows, a tarantula spider house and a cute South American guinea pig village.

Flamingos at Cromer's Amazona Zoo. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE Flamingos at Cromer's Amazona Zoo. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Admission is £11.50 for adults, £10 for seniors, and £8.50 for children.

For more information visit www.amazonazoo.co.uk, or call 01263 510741.

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