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ViscountessWeymouth

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Fun in the sun @longleatofficial ・・・
🕺 💃 Finish your Australian Summer day off in spectacular style with our End of Day Hooroo! 🇦🇺
⏱️ 5.50pm in the Main Square!

Fun in the sun @longleatofficial ・・・
🕺 💃 Finish your Australian Summer day off in spectacular style with our End of Day Hooroo! 🇦🇺
⏱️ 5.50pm in the Main Square!

70 0 5 hours ago
#dancing day 1!!!!! 💃🏻😆❤️ @bbcstrictly #bts 💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻

#dancing day 1!!!!! 💃🏻😆❤️ @bbcstrictly #bts 💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻

1,398 53 19 August, 2019
Always a joy seeing these two Animal Park legends! 🦒🦍🦓🦛🐆🐅🐊🦏 @longleatofficial  @benfogle @kmhumble 🦁 #linkinbio to an episode featuring Ben and me discussing some one of our endangered species breeding programmes 🕷...

Always a joy seeing these two Animal Park legends! 🦒🦍🦓🦛🐆🐅🐊🦏 @longleatofficial @benfogle @kmhumble 🦁 #linkinbio to an episode featuring Ben and me discussing some one of our endangered species breeding programmes 🕷...

989 16 18 August, 2019
One of our new babies 😍 @longleatofficial #tigercub ❤️

One of our new babies 😍 @longleatofficial #tigercub ❤️

1,205 53 18 August, 2019
#HappyBirthday Domenico ❤️❤️❤️

#HappyBirthday Domenico ❤️❤️❤️

1,423 17 13 August, 2019
Hearing the theme tune is so exciting 💃🏻❤️❤️❤️❤️😃😃😃 @bbcstrictly 💓💓💓 #Repost @bbcstrictly
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Meet Viscountess and chef 👩‍🍳 @emmaweymouth. Ready to take on another title. #Strictly star 2019!

Hearing the theme tune is so exciting 💃🏻❤️❤️❤️❤️😃😃😃 @bbcstrictly 💓💓💓 #Repost @bbcstrictly
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Meet Viscountess and chef 👩‍🍳 @emmaweymouth. Ready to take on another title. #Strictly star 2019!

930 62 8 August, 2019
#Repost @kitty.spencer
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#Flower power 🌻🌹 besties @emmaweymouth ❤️💛

#Repost @kitty.spencer
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#Flower power 🌻🌹 besties @emmaweymouth ❤️💛

1,428 29 7 August, 2019
#AnimalPark is back 🦁 with the lovely @benfogle and @kmhumble 🦁 every morning this week 9.15am bbc1 🦁🦁🦁

#AnimalPark is back 🦁 with the lovely @benfogle and @kmhumble 🦁 every morning this week 9.15am bbc1 🦁🦁🦁

369 8 6 August, 2019
So excited that I will be on this year’s @bbcstrictly 💃🏻 it’s a dream come true and I can’t wait to start training ❤️ 😍

So excited that I will be on this year’s @bbcstrictly 💃🏻 it’s a dream come true and I can’t wait to start training ❤️ 😍

2,321 259 4 August, 2019
The #AUSTRALIAN #summer @longleatofficial 💃🏻❤️☀️

The #AUSTRALIAN #summer @longleatofficial 💃🏻❤️☀️

234 4 2 August, 2019
#ilarrive ❤️

#ilarrive ❤️

1,076 16 22 July, 2019
FEARLESS #LIONESS SCALES
20-METRE SYCAMORE TREE 
Fearless lioness Kiana showed she had a head for heights by scaling a 20-metre-tall tree at Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire. 
The eight-year-old big cat seemed more like a mountain lion as she made short work of summiting the giant sycamore tree in her wooded enclosure. 
Keepers say she has always been a keen climber ever since she was a cub but they have never seen any of the lions venture quite so far off the ground. “Many of our lionesses do go up trees here at Longleat but there are a few particular individuals who seem to do it just for fun and Kiana is definitely one of those,” said Keeper Caleb Hall, who captured Kiana’s feat on film. “She’s definitely in a class of her own when it comes to climbing and she seemed perfectly at home up there as she fearlessly made her way from branch to branch,” he added. 
As part of the lions’ environmental enrichment their keepers will often hide food among the branches as it provides a good workout and allows them to use muscles required for hunting and grabbing hold of prey. “Kiana’s definitely a star performer and doesn’t need the added incentive of a meal to head into the canopy,” said Caleb. “It’s behaviour which is also seen in the wild to find as individuals seek either shade or a cooling breeze away from the heat of the ground or to avoid insects or animals threatening the lions. “It’s mainly the females who make all the effort but we have seen our male lions climb trees for food, which would also happen in the wild to steal the stashed kills of leopards,” he said. 
Lions have been living at Longleat since 1966 when it became the first place outside of Africa to open a drive-through safari. Today it is home to two separate prides as well as cheetahs, tigers, wolves, rhinos, zebras and giraffes. 
Large male lions can grow to over three metres in length and weigh more than 240kgs while females are just under two metres long and reach a maximum of 180kgs. Their life expectancy in the wild is approximately 12 years but they can expect to live to almost twice that age in captivity.

FEARLESS #LIONESS SCALES
20-METRE SYCAMORE TREE
Fearless lioness Kiana showed she had a head for heights by scaling a 20-metre-tall tree at Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire.
The eight-year-old big cat seemed more like a mountain lion as she made short work of summiting the giant sycamore tree in her wooded enclosure.
Keepers say she has always been a keen climber ever since she was a cub but they have never seen any of the lions venture quite so far off the ground. “Many of our lionesses do go up trees here at Longleat but there are a few particular individuals who seem to do it just for fun and Kiana is definitely one of those,” said Keeper Caleb Hall, who captured Kiana’s feat on film. “She’s definitely in a class of her own when it comes to climbing and she seemed perfectly at home up there as she fearlessly made her way from branch to branch,” he added.
As part of the lions’ environmental enrichment their keepers will often hide food among the branches as it provides a good workout and allows them to use muscles required for hunting and grabbing hold of prey. “Kiana’s definitely a star performer and doesn’t need the added incentive of a meal to head into the canopy,” said Caleb. “It’s behaviour which is also seen in the wild to find as individuals seek either shade or a cooling breeze away from the heat of the ground or to avoid insects or animals threatening the lions. “It’s mainly the females who make all the effort but we have seen our male lions climb trees for food, which would also happen in the wild to steal the stashed kills of leopards,” he said.
Lions have been living at Longleat since 1966 when it became the first place outside of Africa to open a drive-through safari. Today it is home to two separate prides as well as cheetahs, tigers, wolves, rhinos, zebras and giraffes.
Large male lions can grow to over three metres in length and weigh more than 240kgs while females are just under two metres long and reach a maximum of 180kgs. Their life expectancy in the wild is approximately 12 years but they can expect to live to almost twice that age in captivity.

495 16 22 July, 2019