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The official contact number for Marwell Wildlife can be found free from marwell.org.uk.

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For information on ticket prices, opening times, directions, careers, media & press enquiries, general marketing and advertising enquiries, please call the phone number shown above. The customer service team are happy to take your calls, even if it's just to share a comment about your visit to the park! Lines are open every day (except Christmas and Boxing Day) from 10am. The park closing time in winter is subject to weather conditions, so please call before you start your journey, particularly if driving a long way, as you will need 4 to 5 hours on your visit to fully appreciate the park.

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Marwell Wildlife was formerly known as Marwell Zoological Park and is a 140-acre zoo operated by a registered charity near Winchester. The Wildlife park is currently home to over 1,200 animals and 235 different species. In addition to the operation of the park, the charity is involved with international conservation in Africa. This international conservation work was the reason behind the change of name, to better reflect these wider activities. The park was founded by John Knowles in 1972 and was one of the earliest zoos in Europe to prioritise animal conservation. In those early days the park was an important breeding centre for several endangered species such as the Mongolian Wild Horse, Snow Leopard and Siberian Tiger. The zoo's exhibits include: kangaroos, lemurs, meerkats, leopards, tigers, cheetahs, penguins, ostriches, flamingoes, chameleons, West African Dwarf Crocodile, salamanders, Red-bellied piranha, Black Widow Spiders and Leafcutter Ants. The park is split into several themed areas such as Into Africa, Tropical World, Roof of the World, World of Lemurs, Penguin Cove, Aridlands & Desert Carnivores, Encounter Village, Australian Bush Walk, and Life in the Trees. Current conservation programmes include assisting Grevy's Zebra and its ecosystem in Kenya, Supporting threatened species in Zimbabwe, and Managing the population of small vulnerable populations in the Sahara.

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