Adders begin to wake at Wildlife Trust

A Kent wildlife trust is beginning to experience the first signs of spring as reptiles and amphibians that have slept through the cold winter begin to wake up.

Wildwood Discovery Park’s adders are among the first animals to wake up from their long hibernation and are being hand-fed by the keepers in the park’s reptile room.

The lizards, frogs and pond tortoises are expected to wake up soon as the weather improves, staff at the park said.

Visitors to the park, near Canterbury, will start to see them in their enclosures as the weather gets warmer.

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About Candace M Hansen

Wildlife advocate, conservationist and environmentalist.
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