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Fota Wildlife Park re-opens

Fota Wildlife Park in Cork, the not-for-profit conservation charity which has a monthly animal food bill of €30,000, reopens to-morrow (Thursday) amid confirmation that its Covid-19 closure has cost it at least €1m in lost income.
 Visitor numbers will be limited to 500 at any one time and a booking system is being introduced.
 Park director Sean McKeon, said the 100-acre park on Fota Island, which is visited by almost 500,000 people annually generating up to €200m for the regional economy, will need more state support to survive.
 
 
 
 
 

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