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Animal adventures add to half-term fun at Plantasia

Young adventurers can come face-to-face with insects, snakes, an iguana and a bird eating tarantula in Swansea next week.

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A series of educational interactive animal shows called Animal Zone: Rainforest Adventure are taking place at Plantasia in Parc Tawe on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during the half-term week.

With four shows each day at 10.30am, noon, 2pm and 3.15pm, youngsters will also learn about the importance of looking after and protecting the rainforests of the world.

Maria Bowen, Education Officer at Plantasia, which is run by Swansea Council, said: "These events are among many that take place at Plantasia throughout the year as we look to introduce local people and visitors to the city to exotic plant and animal life from around the world.

"The Plantasia visitor experience is both fun and educational, giving people the opportunity to learn about rainforests of the world."

Due to demand pre-booking for the shows is essential. Head to www.plantasia.org or call 01792 474555 for more information and tickets. 


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