Zoo’s new goats a boost for fundraising challenge

Three new goats have arrived at ZSL London Zoo and will join charity’s ‘Around the World in 30 Days’ fundraising challenge  

Pygmy goats, Sox, Willow and Susan stand closely together and look at the camera

ZSL London Zoo has welcomed three adorable new arrivals; Sox, Willow and Susan, the pygmy goats. 
Moving into the zoo’s popular Animal Adventure children’s zoo, the trio will now join the rest of the herd to boost the group’s Around the World in 30 Days fundraising challenge. 
ZSL, the global conservation charity behind the world-famous London Zoo, is calling on wildlife lovers to take part in Around the World in 30 Days - a fundraising event which will see participants collectively travel the circumference of the globe by the end of June, using any form of movement they like. 
London Zoo’s current goats Potticus, Ellie, Hick, Holly and Brambles are taken on daily walks by their zookeepers and the public are being asked to sponsor them as they aim to hit their 12km target for June and raise £500 to help save endangered wildlife across the world.  
Wildlife enthusiasts still have time to follow the lead of the Zoo’s goats and set their own Around the World in 30 Days target, to help support the international conservation charity’s work around the world.      
Sponsor the goats by visiting zsl.org/GoatWalk or sign up for your own Around the World in 30 Days challenge by visiting zsl.org/AroundTheWorld now.  

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