The new Nocturnal House opened in line with government restrictions on May 18.
Tickets can be booked through the website and schools are invited to make bookings to give pupils the chance to find out more about the animal kingdom through the learning offer at Wildlife World.
We're giving you a sneaky look inside:
1. Bonnie and Clyde
Rare nocturnal cloud rats Bonnie and Clyde will be settling down for a quiet life after joining their fellow creatures of the night in Lotherton Wildlife World’s brand new Nocturnal House (photo: Leeds City Council)
2. Pablo the Kinkajou
Pablo the Kinkajou is given food in the Nocturnal House. Pablo arrived from Amazon World on the Isle of Wight and is one of only a handful of kinkajous in zoos across the UK. (photo: Simon Hulme)
3. Gaston the Armadillo
Gaston the three-banded Armadillo joins Pablo in in his enclosure. (photo: Simon Hulme)
4. Fruitbats and Seba Short-tailed bats
Tropical World’s collection of Egyptian fruit bats and Seba’s short-tailed bats have also made the short move across the city to Wildlife World as part of the Roundhay attraction’s longer term collection development. Both zoos will continue closely working together on conservation to help protect the bats and various other species. (photo: Simon Hulme)