A Week In South West Ireland (3/8)
These pictures were touring around the South West coast of Ireland in October
The mara were not shy with humans and would mix with many of the other animals.
A group of bison with a young member of the herd on the far left.
The ring tailed lemurs are a star attraction since their distinctive tails
and the way they move and play is highly entertaining.
The striped theme continues with the zebras.
cheetahs I'm pleased to say are behind a more substantial fence. Move the
mouse pointer over the picture to see their reaction when a zebra comes into
A White-Faced Saki Monkey. The
male has this distinctive white face.
A pleasant stroll through the appropriately named Palm Walk.
Although I've been to several zoos this was the first time I had seen giraffes.
We left Fota wildlife park mid-afternoon and headed west, via Bandon, Timoleague
(fine estuary, then old abbey in town), Clonakilty, Ross Carberry, to Skibbereen.
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