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Seychelles are celebrating their partnership with Cotswold nature reserve in the United Kingdom




Seychelles celebrated on Sunday at a reception in England partnership which combines since 2012 the archipelago to the natural reserve of the Cotswold of Burford, implanted in the County of Oxford in an hour and a half from London.
 
 
Seychelles thus donated last year of a giant tortoise at the Zoological Park of the Cotswold Wildlife Park and since working links on environmental have been woven between the two parties with a programme of exchanges of knowledge and expertise, as recalled by the Seychelles Minister of tourism and Culture, Alain Saint-Ange.
 
Many guests were present at the reception as the Mayor of Burford, John White, the chairman of the county of Oxfordshire, Timothy Hallchurch, president of the West Oxfordshire District Council, Derek Cotterill, the owner of Cotswold Wildlife Park, Reggie Heyworth and curator of the nature reserve, Jamie Craig.
 
To recap, the Cotswold nature reserve nestled in the heart of beautiful gardens welcomes cats, rhinos, lions, cheetahs, camels, zebras, monkeys, rhinoceros penguins and other reptiles and beautiful birds.




Laurent Chinaud


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