It’s a stock take with a difference.
Zoo keepers at the south Norfolk’s Banham Zoo began the unenviable task of counting every specimen for the annual animal census at the start of January.
More than 120 species of animal have been counted. This year’s total number of animals is estimated at being close to 3,000 - including 1,500 cockroaches- according to animal records keeper Lauren Attride.
For the full story, see Friday’s Diss Express.