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A tasty way of keeping cool for animals at Drusillas near Alfriston
10:30am Friday 19th July 2013 in News
Zoo keepers at Drusillas have their own methods to keep the animals cool during the hot spell.
Giant lollipops have been served up to many of the zoo’s exotic residents including the red-handed tamarins and emperor tamarins.
The animals at the attraction have welcomed the heat with mixed enthusiasm.
The sun lounging lemurs are taking full advantage of the good weather, wasting no time basking in the sun in a lotus-style position with their arms and legs extended.
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