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Pumas, snow leopards and black bears are expected to take up residence next summer beside a herd of buffalo in Ashbourne, Co Meath.

9th August, 2008

Pumas, snow leopards and black bears are expected to take up residence next summer beside a herd of buffalo in Ashbourne, Co Meath.

Tayto and Hunky Dory crisps owner, Ray Coyle, who is already well known for keeping a large herd of buffalo, has just received interim planning permission to build a large American-style lodge.

It will be located on a 47acre site close to the town of Ashbourne, which he intends to transform into...

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