Jersey’s gorillas live in a large enclosure that has a 2000sq metre (½ acre) grassy outdoor area containing many tree trunks and ropes for climbing. The ground has been carefully landscaped to provide varied terrain and areas with a degree of privacy. There is also a pond and waterfall system. A high wall surrounds the outdoor enclosure, but because the centre of the area is higher than the wall, from some areas of the Zoo it can appear that a gorilla is sitting on a hill in the grounds and not in an enclosure at all. Indoors, where the gorillas sleep and seek shelter during poor weather, there is a glass-fronted public viewing area, partially covered by camouflage netting this allows the gorillas a degree of privacy.