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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Longleat/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338a) Lions examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338z) Lions examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338y) Lions examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338v) Lions examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338r) Macaques examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338n) Macaques examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338l) Macaques examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338k) Macaques examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338j) Macaques examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338i) The tank is driven into the park Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338g) The tank is driven into the park Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338f) Bengal tigers examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338e) Bengal tigers examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338c) Bengal tigers examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338ag) Lions examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338ad) Lions examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338ab) Lions examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by PhilYeomans/Bournemouth News/REX/Shutterstock (9111338aa) Lions examine the tank Animals explore at tank at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, UK - 20 Sep 2017 Longleat?s infamous troop of mischievous monkeys, along with the parks other wiley inhabitants, have been wreaking havoc on unsuspecting motorists for decades. But even they were a little overwhelmed when they came face to face with the might of the British Army this week. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, based in nearby Warminster, took one of their Warrior armoured vehicles through some of the Wiltshire safari park's most notorious enclosures. And despite the animals obvious interest the 27.5 tonne, six-metre-long caterpillar tracked vehicle eventually emerged without a scratch. The Army were visiting the park ahead of a new military spectacular event which is taking place on the estate later this month.