Taking place on 12 May, the same day as the Durrell Challenge, Mission Possible is a new adventure, where children aged 10 and under will be invited to complete a secret mission for Durrell.

The Mission: The agents have to solve the clues to find out which species they are tasked with saving. Once they have deciphered the clues they will need to locate the species, make a note of two of the threats facing them and idenitfy one solution to saving them – noting everything in their special spy pads.

Once they have completed the mission, the agents must return their spy pad to spy camp where it will be checked and their name will then be entered into a prize draw for the chance to meet star of Mission Impossible, Henry Cavill.

Appleby Jersey Office Managing Partner, Wendy Benjamin commented: “We are thrilled to once again support Durrell’s Really Wild Day and are excited to sponsor Mission Possible. The work that Durrell does both locally here, though Jersey Zoo and globally through its many projects around the world, is critical to saving species from extinction. Providing an opportunity for the younger generation to learn about the species that Durrell works tirelessly to protect in a fun and engaging way is a fantastic legacy and all of us at Appleby are proud to be part of it.”

Entrance to Jersey Zoo on Really Wild Day is £12 for adults and £6 for children under 10-years-old and includes their participation in Mission Possible. Booking is advised. More information is available at www.durrell.org.

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