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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A zoo keeper at Newquay Zoo in Cornwall is hand-rearing a rare and beautiful jungle mammal. The female Owston???s civet was born in early April. Head Keeper Dave Rich has put his life on hold since then to care for the youngster. He???s an experienced animal professional, but that doesn???t make him impervious to her considerable charms ??" far from it. ??sShe???s incredibly cute!??? It???s likely that Dave???s quick actions saved her life shortly after she was born. Mother Nam started to go into labour the very day that Newquay Zoo Curator John Meek returned from a key civet conference in Vietnam. When Dave checked in on Nam first thing in the morning, he found she had given birth to triplets, though sadly two were stillborn. ??sThey were all wet and Nam was not tending to them, so I caught them all up in my jumper, after-birth and all, and got them to the vet, but only one was alive.??? They got the surviving new-born warm and fed ??" and she???s been part of Dave???s life ever since. The first few days are always uncertain, and she has been back to the vet a couple of times, but she seems to be out of the woods: ??sShe is important to the future of her species, we couldn???t risk losing her.??? She goes home with him and stays with him on his day off, though ??sday off??? is a bit of a misnomer right now??S The Cornish charity zoo is a leading authority on the Owston???s civet. It???s home to more of this Endangered species than any other collection in Europe, with 5, plus the new arrival. There are currently just 17 adults in zoos and sanctuaries globally - 10 in Europe and 7 in Vietnam. No one really knows how many there are in the wild, but it???s fair to say that there are not enough. Newquay Zoo was the last zoo to breed civets, and that was three years ago. In the UK, only Newquay Zoo, Shaldon Wildlife Trust in Devon, Port Lympne in Kent and Thrigby Hall in Norfolk have them. The civet kitten is on Royal
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A zoo keeper at Newquay Zoo in Cornwall is hand-rearing a rare and beautiful jungle mammal. The female Owston???s civet was born in early April. Head Keeper Dave Rich has put his life on hold since then to care for the youngster. He???s an experienced animal professional, but that doesn???t make him impervious to her considerable charms ??" far from it. ??sShe???s incredibly cute!??? It???s likely that Dave???s quick actions saved her life shortly after she was born. Mother Nam started to go into labour the very day that Newquay Zoo Curator John Meek returned from a key civet conference in Vietnam. When Dave checked in on Nam first thing in the morning, he found she had given birth to triplets, though sadly two were stillborn. ??sThey were all wet and Nam was not tending to them, so I caught them all up in my jumper, after-birth and all, and got them to the vet, but only one was alive.??? They got the surviving new-born warm and fed ??" and she???s been part of Dave???s life ever since. The first few days are always uncertain, and she has been back to the vet a couple of times, but she seems to be out of the woods: ??sShe is important to the future of her species, we couldn???t risk losing her.??? She goes home with him and stays with him on his day off, though ??sday off??? is a bit of a misnomer right now??S The Cornish charity zoo is a leading authority on the Owston???s civet. It???s home to more of this Endangered species than any other collection in Europe, with 5, plus the new arrival. There are currently just 17 adults in zoos and sanctuaries globally - 10 in Europe and 7 in Vietnam. No one really knows how many there are in the wild, but it???s fair to say that there are not enough. Newquay Zoo was the last zoo to breed civets, and that was three years ago. In the UK, only Newquay Zoo, Shaldon Wildlife Trust in Devon, Port Lympne in Kent and Thrigby Hall in Norfolk have them. The civet kitten is on Royal
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A zoo keeper at Newquay Zoo in Cornwall is hand-rearing a rare and beautiful jungle mammal. The female Owston???s civet was born in early April. Head Keeper Dave Rich has put his life on hold since then to care for the youngster. He???s an experienced animal professional, but that doesn???t make him impervious to her considerable charms ??" far from it. ??sShe???s incredibly cute!??? It???s likely that Dave???s quick actions saved her life shortly after she was born. Mother Nam started to go into labour the very day that Newquay Zoo Curator John Meek returned from a key civet conference in Vietnam. When Dave checked in on Nam first thing in the morning, he found she had given birth to triplets, though sadly two were stillborn. ??sThey were all wet and Nam was not tending to them, so I caught them all up in my jumper, after-birth and all, and got them to the vet, but only one was alive.??? They got the surviving new-born warm and fed ??" and she???s been part of Dave???s life ever since. The first few days are always uncertain, and she has been back to the vet a couple of times, but she seems to be out of the woods: ??sShe is important to the future of her species, we couldn???t risk losing her.??? She goes home with him and stays with him on his day off, though ??sday off??? is a bit of a misnomer right now??S The Cornish charity zoo is a leading authority on the Owston???s civet. It???s home to more of this Endangered species than any other collection in Europe, with 5, plus the new arrival. There are currently just 17 adults in zoos and sanctuaries globally - 10 in Europe and 7 in Vietnam. No one really knows how many there are in the wild, but it???s fair to say that there are not enough. Newquay Zoo was the last zoo to breed civets, and that was three years ago. In the UK, only Newquay Zoo, Shaldon Wildlife Trust in Devon, Port Lympne in Kent and Thrigby Hall in Norfolk have them. The civet kitten is on Royal
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A zoo keeper at Newquay Zoo in Cornwall is hand-rearing a rare and beautiful jungle mammal. The female Owston???s civet was born in early April. Head Keeper Dave Rich has put his life on hold since then to care for the youngster. He???s an experienced animal professional, but that doesn???t make him impervious to her considerable charms ??" far from it. ??sShe???s incredibly cute!??? It???s likely that Dave???s quick actions saved her life shortly after she was born. Mother Nam started to go into labour the very day that Newquay Zoo Curator John Meek returned from a key civet conference in Vietnam. When Dave checked in on Nam first thing in the morning, he found she had given birth to triplets, though sadly two were stillborn. ??sThey were all wet and Nam was not tending to them, so I caught them all up in my jumper, after-birth and all, and got them to the vet, but only one was alive.??? They got the surviving new-born warm and fed ??" and she???s been part of Dave???s life ever since. The first few days are always uncertain, and she has been back to the vet a couple of times, but she seems to be out of the woods: ??sShe is important to the future of her species, we couldn???t risk losing her.??? She goes home with him and stays with him on his day off, though ??sday off??? is a bit of a misnomer right now??S The Cornish charity zoo is a leading authority on the Owston???s civet. It???s home to more of this Endangered species than any other collection in Europe, with 5, plus the new arrival. There are currently just 17 adults in zoos and sanctuaries globally - 10 in Europe and 7 in Vietnam. No one really knows how many there are in the wild, but it???s fair to say that there are not enough. Newquay Zoo was the last zoo to breed civets, and that was three years ago. In the UK, only Newquay Zoo, Shaldon Wildlife Trust in Devon, Port Lympne in Kent and Thrigby Hall in Norfolk have them. The civet kitten is on Royal
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A zoo keeper at Newquay Zoo in Cornwall is hand-rearing a rare and beautiful jungle mammal. The female Owston???s civet was born in early April. Head Keeper Dave Rich has put his life on hold since then to care for the youngster. He???s an experienced animal professional, but that doesn???t make him impervious to her considerable charms ??" far from it. ??sShe???s incredibly cute!??? It???s likely that Dave???s quick actions saved her life shortly after she was born. Mother Nam started to go into labour the very day that Newquay Zoo Curator John Meek returned from a key civet conference in Vietnam. When Dave checked in on Nam first thing in the morning, he found she had given birth to triplets, though sadly two were stillborn. ??sThey were all wet and Nam was not tending to them, so I caught them all up in my jumper, after-birth and all, and got them to the vet, but only one was alive.??? They got the surviving new-born warm and fed ??" and she???s been part of Dave???s life ever since. The first few days are always uncertain, and she has been back to the vet a couple of times, but she seems to be out of the woods: ??sShe is important to the future of her species, we couldn???t risk losing her.??? She goes home with him and stays with him on his day off, though ??sday off??? is a bit of a misnomer right now??S The Cornish charity zoo is a leading authority on the Owston???s civet. It???s home to more of this Endangered species than any other collection in Europe, with 5, plus the new arrival. There are currently just 17 adults in zoos and sanctuaries globally - 10 in Europe and 7 in Vietnam. No one really knows how many there are in the wild, but it???s fair to say that there are not enough. Newquay Zoo was the last zoo to breed civets, and that was three years ago. In the UK, only Newquay Zoo, Shaldon Wildlife Trust in Devon, Port Lympne in Kent and Thrigby Hall in Norfolk have them. The civet kitten is on Royal
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