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Longleat Virtual Zoo Tour at 10AM
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Longleat Virtual Zoo Tour at 10AM

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Posted 4th Apr

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Like some of the other zoos Longleat are doing a virtual zoo tour today at 10.00am (around 30 minutes) on Facebook looks like they've recorded it so no buffering (yay)

facebook.com/154…x=0

We're not over excited, promise

🦁 Tune in here on our Facebook at 10am tomorrow (have we mentioned it's tomorrow?!) and you might just spot some animals you recognise... Your adventure with us will last about 30 minutes so be prepared (we recommend tea and some kind of breakfast sandwich).

📱 Get super ready and download our app beforehand! With the app you'll get even more facts plus quiz questions - just open up the Spotter's Guide: longleat.co.uk/vis…app

🎬 As many of you know, the signal here at the park isn't... great. So we're not able to do it live but we really hope that you enjoy this Virtual Safari. Our team have been working so hard on it all week and we can't wait for you all to snuggle down and experience our safari from the comfort of your own living room.
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Thanks DaveG46
Wow another zoo tour.
Is this free ? I’m a bit confused by the ticket master link for a £60 ticket
WAWG04/04/2020 09:16

Is this free ? I’m a bit confused by the ticket master link for a £60 ti …Is this free ? I’m a bit confused by the ticket master link for a £60 ticket


Yeah it's just on Facebook
It's so lovely to see all the zoos doing virtual tours/shows
sounds fun
Carol Baskin - that beeech
I was hoping for more of a 'behind the scenes' type thing with the zookeepers, but it's more of a [pre-recorded] nature video with drone shots of the animals.
Edited by: "SirSpanky" 4th Apr
SirSpanky04/04/2020 10:06

I was hoping for more of a 'behind the scenes' type thing with the …I was hoping for more of a 'behind the scenes' type thing with the zookeepers, but it's more of a [pre-recorded] nature video with drone shots of the animals.


Yeah me too
Love Longleat
It's here:
SirSpanky04/04/2020 10:06

I was hoping for more of a 'behind the scenes' type thing with the …I was hoping for more of a 'behind the scenes' type thing with the zookeepers, but it's more of a [pre-recorded] nature video with drone shots of the animals.


Yeah ditto. Meh, better than nothing. Seems good for kids?
WAWG04/04/2020 09:16

Is this free ? I’m a bit confused by the ticket master link for a £60 ti …Is this free ? I’m a bit confused by the ticket master link for a £60 ticket


Thanks OP
Thanks Dave.
We really enjoyed watching this as our local zoo is off limits.
It helps with the withdrawal symptoms!

Cheers.
Nice
This is very nice. Thank you.
Amazing
Nice one. Thanks.
not quite the same when you cant berate the animals and poke them with a stick. i mean, whats the point really?
So mental that all these good things are cooked up and by the time most people hearabout it they're 3 days late!

They're doing livestreams to 100's when 10,000's would probably otherwise watch.

I'm virtually always on the computer or my phone and I've missed music, commedy, tours, lectures and all sorts.
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