Shaldon Wildlife Trust is home to a special collection of smaller endangered species, many of which are not resident in larger zoos or safari parks in the UK. However, they are just as interesting, if not more so than their larger relatives.
Set in an idyllic woodland garden, nestled above Shaldon and the Shaldon Beach Huts, the Trust looks after and helps to preserve, some of the rarest and most endangered animals in the world.
You get a close up view of the colourful manes and striking features of the marmosets and tamarins from South America, the smallest monkey in the world.
If you are more of a feline person, then there is a beautiful ocelot cat. However, the four groups of lemurs, appear to be particularly popular with our guests, along with the very cheeky meerkats, mischievous yellow-breasted capuchins.