Four zookeepers at Paradise Park in Cornwall have moved into a house on site (Pictures: Paradise Park/SWNS).
Four zookeepers have decided to self-isolate on the grounds of a wildlife sanctuary to make sure the animals are properly cared for during the coronavirus crisis.
They will be supported by other keepers working on split rotas and covering different areas of the grounds.
Paradise Park, in Hayle, Cornwall, is home to 1,200 birds and mammals that still require care despite the coronavirus pandemic (Picture: SWNS).
Izzy Wheatley (pictured) will be living in the house, alongside keepers Sarah-Jane Cooke, Rachel Carter, and Emily Phillips (Picture: Paradise Park/SWNS).
‘Myself and two other keepers Rachel and Emily then moved in to the onsite house on Saturday.’.
‘A few are hand-reared and very friendly and in the summer season from Easter onwards they take part in ‘Photocalls’. »