A party to celebrate resident tiger Amba s ninth birthday was a roaring success at Shepreth Wildlife Park. Visitors enjoyed activities including face and nail painting, competitions, and tiger feeding. Animal collection manager Rebecca Willers said: A lo
A party to celebrate resident tiger Amba's ninth birthday was a roaring success at Shepreth Wildlife Park.
Visitors enjoyed activities including face and nail painting, competitions, and tiger feeding.
Animal collection manager Rebecca Willers said: "A lot of hard work goes into arranging this day, and it wouldn't be such a success without all the help from volunteers who turn up on the day."
The tiger party raised £710 for charity 21st Century Tiger.
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To date, Shepreth Wildlife Park has raised £4,500 for the charity.
The party was designed to highlight tiger awareness and to raise funds to help protect the world's remaining wild tigers.
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One hundred years ago there were 100,000 tigers, while today there are just 5,000.