The AIM-listed media and events group noted that this is the first time it is working with Naples Zoo - one of the oldest zoos in the USA which last year celebrated 100 years as a botanical garden and 50 years as a zoo. Animal Paradise will stay at the zoo until April 2021.
The company also announced that BrickLive Safari which is currently at Paignton Zoo in Devon has been extended to January 2021.
In a statement, Live Company chairman David Ciclitira said: "We continue to pursue a strategy of maximum asset utilisation in the winter months by targeting Southern Hemisphere or sunshine states. This first partnership with Naples Zoo proves that this strategy is working."
The latest news comes after Live Company announced on October 29 that it had signed new contracts for two sets of Christmas assets with shopping centres in the UK.
The company said the first set of assets consisting of its Elfie Christmas bundle will be showcased at the Fort shopping centre in Birmingham from November 20, while the second set, consisting of Santa's Express and Santa's sleigh will be at The Mall shopping centre in Luton from November 17. The deal marks the first partnership with the Fort shopping centre for the group.
Live Company noted that its BrickLive Animal Paradise and BrickLive Oceans assets are now in transit to South Africa ready for the first shows in Cape Town. Tickets also recently went on sale for BrickLive SA, which will take place at the Canal Walk shopping centre at the Waterfront in Cape Town from December 16.