After a couple of weeks in the nursery pools, Magnusís eyes are a lot better. The Animal Care Team have also noticed hair in the pool so we think he has started to moult.
Sheba is squinting in one eye after Ray got jealous of Shebaís relationship with Marlin.
Ray is still jealous of Sheba and Marlin, and wants Sheba to like him instead of Marlin.
Marlin has finally got over his obsession with Sheba, and is now back to being friends with Ray.
Anneka is enjoying her fish at the moment.
Fatima has come back out of the caves and she is not moulting yet.
Lizzieís eye is all better now, and she is very hungry; she keeps jumping out of the pool hoping to get more fish.
Atlanta is having a great time with the pups in the convalescent pool.
Snoopy has taken the hint from Skinner and is now back to her old moaning self.
Flotsam and Jetsam are still refusing to do any training, but seem to have gained their appetite back.
Flipper has had a change of antibiotics this week and seems to be improving everyday.
Yulelog is off his food but we do know that one of them has started to moult because we have found hair in their pool.
Rocky has been very vocal this week, and can be heard barking.
Pepper is being very fussy and not wanting her afternoon feed. The Animal Care Team are keeping a close eye on her and
her weight to make sure she doesnít lose too much.
Carus had been treated to Conger eel and Dips didnít get a look in, so the Animal Care Team gave her some extra Mackerel.
Bamboo and Thai are not happy unless they are getting into mischief. The Animal Care Team got a shock this week while cleaning at their holt.
The door from the holt to the enclosure works on a rope, which you just lift up, when we let the otters out in the morning.
We keep this door closed when we clean, as it stops the otters getting into the holt when we are trying to clean it.
Thai has now worked out how this door works, and this week scared the life out of the team, by lifting up the door with her paws and getting Bamboo to climb in.
Bracken, Tuppence and Muffin, our ponies, are going for the record of amount of grass eating by one pony in a day. This week we donít think they have lifted their heads once to find out whatís going on.
Elvis, Priscilla, Monty and Churchill, our goats, are pleased that this week they will not be going on exercise around site this week.