A Pembrokeshire tourist attraction has created a special Tapir Trail to celebrate World Tapir Day today (Tuesday).

Folly Farm's Tapir Trail aims to raise public awareness and boost funds for the World Land Trust’s Ecuador rainforest project.

All species of tapir are endangered. Folly Farm is home to Brazilian tapirs, also known as the lowland tapir, where they live in a purpose-built land and water enclosure.

Shawn and Sommer are registered on the European breeding programme and are responsible for the first tapirs to be born in Wales: Ligea, who was born in January 2007, and Yarah, botn last March.

Visitors can join the Tapir Trail until May 2nd by purchasing a special worksheet for an additional £1 at the Folly Farm shop. More information on World Tapir Day can be found at www.tapirday.org.

To make a donation to the World Land Trust’s Ecuador rainforest project, visit its donation page at www.justgiving.com/worldtapirday.

Folly Farm is running a competition in conjunction with the Western Telegraph for one lucky reader to meet Shawn, Sommer, Ligea and Yarah.

John Mear, Folly Farm’s tapir keeper said: “This is an amazing opportunity for a Western Telegraph reader to meet our wonderful tapir.

“They are my absolute favourite animals, they’re so friendly and they love nothing more than a good scratch.”

To be in with a chance of winning the meet and greet, answer the following question: What are the names of Shawn and Sommer’s daughters?

Send your answer, with your name, age, address and phone number to: Folly Farm tapir competition, Newsroom, Western Telegraph, Old Hakin Road, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1XF. Alternatively, e-mail jessica.sutton@westerntelegraph.co.uk. All entries must be received by May 5th and the date of the visit will be confirmed by Folly Farm.