Chester Zoo's grassland savannah and treetop forest walkways plan



A huge grassland savannah and treks across treetop forest walkways are part of new plans to keep visitors coming through the gates at Chester Zoo.
The aim is to cement Chester Zoo’s position as one of the world’s best conservation, animal and leisure attractions, between now and 2030, The Daily Post's sister paper, The Chester Chronicle reports .
Building on the success of the zoo’s ground-breaking Islands habitats, which first opened in 2015 to bring South East Asia to life in Cheshire, the remainder of the zoo will be sensitively transformed through the creation of large scale themed... read more

 
17 July 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 46
Source: Daily Post
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