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Images of the exterior of the new purpose built veterinary centre at Jersey Zoo. Inside the centre, Gerald Durrell is handling some of the creatures he has collected on the expedition he is said to have just returned from. Gerald Durrell is handling a snake, whilst the gentleman beside him is handling what appears to be a Telfair's Skink, native to the island of Mauritius.
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|Date||March 3rd 1977|
|Names||Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust|
|Keywords||zoos | expeditions | Snakes | Telfair's Skinks | veterinary centres | Animals | wild animals | reptiles|
|Dimensions||7 35mm negative|
|Level of description||File|
|Access restrictions||Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.|
|JEP Photographic Job Number||1977/3355.|
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