Paradise Park, Cornwall

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Paradise Park
Date opened 1973[1]
Location Hayle, Cornwall, England
Coordinates 50°10′44″N 5°25′34″W / 50.17895°N 5.42617°W / 50.17895; -5.42617Coordinates: 50°10′44″N 5°25′34″W / 50.17895°N 5.42617°W / 50.17895; -5.42617
Number of animals 650+[2]
Website www.paradisepark.org.uk
Red Panda Lang Za during Training at Paradise Park

Paradise Park is a zoo situated in Hayle, Cornwall, England. It has over 650 birds and animals. It is currently the home of the World Parrot Trust.[3]

The site includes a circular 750-foot (230 m) long 15 in (381 mm) gauge railway, opened in 1976, which encircles the house at the centre of the park. The railway is open for trains to carry passengers in good weather, and is operated from April through October.[4][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Park Information". paradisepark.org.uk. Paradise Park. Retrieved 31 March 1012. 
  2. ^ "Paradise Park & JungleBarn". cata.co.uk. Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions. Retrieved 31 March 1012. 
  3. ^ "Conserving Wildlife". paradisepark.org.uk. Paradise Park. Retrieved 31 March 1012. 
  4. ^ "Explore Paradise Park and JungleBarn". paradisepark.org.uk. Paradise Park. Retrieved 31 March 1012. 
  5. ^ "Paradise Railway 15-inch (380 mm)". miniaturerailwayworld.co.uk. Miniature Railway World. Retrieved 31 March 1012. 

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