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Canterbury: See Andy Day and his Dino Raps at Howletts Wild Animal Park

By What's On reporter

Sink your teeth into a brilliant day out at Howletts Wild Animal Park when kids’ TV favourite Andy Day brings his dinosaur show to the attraction, near Canterbury.

Dino Raps is perfect for lovers of all things prehistoric, whatever your age. However, on Saturday, June 16, visitors are in for double the fun as they can also explore the newly opened Animals of the Ice Age exhibition, featuring life sized creatures from a frozen time, including the spectacular sabre toothed cats, mighty mammoth and giant sloth.

The exhibition - along with the chance to see Andy’s live performances of his famous Dino Raps - are all included in the price of a day ticket. The Bafta-nominated star will be performing twice during the the day.

Children's TV star Andy Day will be at Howletts
Children's TV star Andy Day will be at Howletts

The park is also home to the largest herd of African elephants in the UK, and there will be elephant themed activities, including the chance to explore behind the scenes of the Elephant House with a guided tour, for £15 and £12 for kids.

Howletts is home to more than 400 animals, including Kent’s only giant anteaters and gorillas, tigers, leopards and monkeys. For details and 20% off day tickets, visit aspinallfoundation.org/howletts

African elephants at Howletts Wild Animal Park
African elephants at Howletts Wild Animal Park

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