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But the couple, who moved from Kent to start a new life running the zoo in Borth earlier this year, say they still hope to re-open on December 2.

They told the Daily Post: 'We do have right to appeal.

The zoo has three remaining lynxes, lions, a leapord and a crocodile, which will all need to be removed before it can re-open.Some animals will be going because we don't have the time to build the facilities for them.We are still in negotiations with them (council).''None of the animals will be put down. They have been put here because it is the last-chance refuge. ' After Lillith the lynx escaped and was shot dead by a council marksmen it later emerged that another lynx at the zoo, Nilly (pictured with zookeeper), was strangled to death by a member of staff while they were trying to catch her Posting on Facebook the couple added: 'This month we have remained closed to undergo vital refurbishment work and in that time, we have also undergone a full inspection.In a statement a council spokesman said: 'The report on Borth Wild Animal Kingdom, prepared by the expert zoological veterinary practitioner engaged by Ceredigion County Council, has been received and the authority's position formalised.'The council has served a series of proposed licence conditions and directions on the operators outlining in detail the requirements that must be complied with within specified timeframes.'The proposed licence conditions will restrict the keeping of Category 1 dangerous animals.'The spokesman added Mr and Mrs Tweedy have a month to carry out its recommendations or appeal the decision with the local magistrates court.

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