Fota Wildlife Park Says Yesterday Was Their Busiest Day Ever
9,000 people visited the Wildlife Park yesterday with the newly born Asian Lion cubs proving a huge draw
30,000 people passed through the gates of the park over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, with almost 9,000 visiting yesterday.
The park announced the birth of four endangered Tiger cubs last week
The cubs are yet to be named and Fota is looking for the public to help name the newest additions to the family.
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