Tamara and I went to Linton Zoo, which is primarily a breeding centre for endangered species, funded by donations and by the entry costs for visiting the zoo.
We learned something new from watching the tapirs, which is that they are very agreeable and accommodating when they are eating. They can eat nose to nose and do not squabble.
Also, they have the most delicate white fringing around the edges of their ears. And as Tamara noticed, the hearty sound of the one nearest to us eating with gusto.