Durrell Wildlife Park

Trinity, Channel Islands, UK


Durrell Wildlife Park is based in Jersey, one of the Channel Islands in the United Kingdom.

These islands enjoy a most temperate climate so it makes sense that a conservation wildlife park has found home here. Durrell Wildlife Park saves animals from extinction and the work they do attracts thousands of visitors each year. If you want to know why are poison dart frogs so brightly coloured? Can the poison kill a human? How closely related are orangutans to humans? Were orangutans named because of their orange fur Why do meerkats stand on their back legs? or any other such question, this is the place to find out.

You can visit the park for a day and enjoy a unique experience or luxuriate in their wonderful camp or hostel and stay for longer as there is so much to see here and it is a wonderful way to spend time among animals you wouldn't normally see.

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