Management At Fota Wildlife Park Say Some Of Their Animals Have Missed Human Interaction During Lockdown

The popular tourist attraction reopened this week

It's after nearly two months of closure due to the COVID19 outbreak. 

Staggered visiting times and limited numbers are in place to ensure effective social distancing while indoor areas remain temporarily closed. 

Speaking to RedFM News Director of Fota Wildlife Sean McKeown says some animals have missed the public, but the majority are more concerned about the park rangers as they're the ones that feed them:

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