British wildlife park where you can eat the antelope

Watatunga is the new home of sensible exotic wildlife management in the UK. You can’t see lions and tigers – but you can see the antelope and deer that lions and tigers eat, many of them as rare as the big cats themselves. And you can eat the animals they cull, too. Paul Childerley goes there to try out the new iRay thermal spotter, which rangers on the park use.

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