How lucky am I? Pride of Pembrokeshire official opening

I was delighted to be invited to the official opening of Folly Farm Adventure Park's latest attractions: Hugo, Luna and their 4 cubs.

The Pride of Pembrokeshire have come through their acclimatisation period and can be seen prowling their territory, then flopping down in the grass for yet another snooze. Did you know that lions sleep for approx 20 hours a day?

Hugo

This is Hugo, a six year old male

Cubs

And Luna, the mother of 4 cubs, all of which are female. They arrived at Folly Farm without names but since their keepers have named them Sola, Zahra, Alika and Ebele.

Cubs 1

Folly Farm Adventure Park started life in 1988 as a farm diversification project run it's owners Glyn and Anne Williams.

Ahead of todays launch Visit Pembrokeshire caught up with Glyn and Anne's daughter, Karina and husband Chris to talk fun fairs, Disney and, of course, those fabulous lions, read all about it here - Meet the....Folly Farm family!

 

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