Students from East Norfolk Sixth Form College recently visited Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens to find out more about captive breeding and conservation.

35 Environmental Science students visited the attraction and saw some of the world’s rarest big cats.

Staff and students were thoroughly impressed by what they saw and heard, particularly the talk on global captive breeding programmes provided by the Zoological Director, Scott Bird.

This trip provided students with the opportunity to apply the theory covered in the classroom to real life case studies, which they will be able to use in their exams.

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