The zoo at Champrépus is a short distance due east of Granville, and it's on our way home. It was open on the Sunday of our return, so we decided to visit it. We were nearly put off by the admission (just under €40 for two) but in the end we decided it was well worth it. As well as being an interesting visit, the zoo has a record in successful breeding of endangered species of which it is justly proud. Its animal enclosures are well-laid out and natural-seeming, and it was good to make a contribution to its preservation efforts.
There were too many different animals to note each one, but a few things stand out. The meerkats are smaller than I thought, only about 12 inches high. You could walk among (but not touch!) some of the lemurs. Porcupines are bigger than I thought - more the size of a small pig than a big hedgehog. And I was delighted to see a Norwegian Blue in an excellent state of health.
Here's some pictures.