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Bluewater’s new animal trail open for the summer

PUBLISHED: 07:00 07 August 2018 | UPDATED: 12:24 07 August 2018

Into The Wild gives visitors the chance to come face to face with stunning statues of some of natures most extraordinary creatures. Picture: Still Moving

Into The Wild gives visitors the chance to come face to face with stunning statues of some of natures most extraordinary creatures. Picture: Still Moving

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Children have recently been enjoying taking part in Bluewater shopping centre’s new animal trail.

Into The Wild gives visitors the chance to come face to face with stunning statues of some of natures most extraordinary creatures, including an 18 foot giraffe and a giant African elephant.

Young visitors have been attending the event and enjoy seeing the animals.

Robert Goodman, General Manager at Bluewater, said “We’re thrilled to offer families a chance to explore the new Into The Wild Animal Trail at Bluewater throughout the summer.

“It’s great to see so many children in awe of the life size statues featured around the mall.”

The summer event will continue until September 9

Maps for the trail can be purchased from one of the concierge desks for £1.

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