Now Open: In With The Spiders - Europe's only spider walk-through!
ZSL has submitted exciting plans to give guests the chance to sleep over at ZSL London Zoo.
Come face to face with the tallest mammal in the world at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo’s giraffe platform...
ZSL is urging amphibian owners to help stop the spread of a new strain of chytrid fungus which has reached UK populations.
ZSL celebrates as a plan for Amur leopard reintroduction into the Russian Far East is approved.
Net-Works tackles the growing environmental problem of discarded fishing nets in some of the world’s poorest coastal communities.
Always wanted to try a skydive? Now's your chance to do it with the bonus of raising money for lion conservation.
Skydive for lions takes place in Wiltshire on Saturday 18 July 2015. Sign up at http://www.zsl.org/whats-on/skydive-for-lions
There are estimated to be 50-70 Amur leopards left in the wild. ZSL is delighted to share the news that a plan to reintroduce these incredible big cats to the Russian Far East has been approved. http://www.zsl.org/conservation/news/plan-for-amur-leopard-reintroductio...
This father's day we're taking a look at 'bachelor birds'. They might not be the best dads out there, but they could be crucial to securing a future for New Zealand's rare hihi, according to recent research by ZSL scientists.
This tapir was captured on camera trap by a ZSL scientist monitoring wildlife in and around oil palm plantations.
We look at his findings, part of a study led by the University of East Anglia, and explore the wider issues around oil palm production, in our latest blog http://www.zsl.org/blogs/conservation/should-we-raise-the-palm-oil-price...
Around the world wildlife is fighting for survival. ZSL is working to secure a future for animals and their habitats in more than 50 countries.
You can help by becoming a Wildlife Champion, selecting the area of our work you wish to Champion and giving just £3 a month.
Join Ben Fogle and become part of our Champion community: http://www.zsl.org/champions
Love wildlife? Love Minecraft? We need your help!
ZSL is part of United for Wildlife, a team of charities led by the Duke Of Cambridge, working to protect species from extinction.
We're looking for people to help us develop a Minecraft adventure map based on the conservation challenges faced by African wildlife.
Can you help us by building and submitting components for our map? We’ll be inviting a lucky few to our virtual build day. Find out more at http://bit.ly/wearetherangers
At the Zoological Society of London our vision is a world where animals are valued, and their conservation assured. Find out how we work for wildlife every single day to try and achieve this.
This waterbuck isn't camera shy. Snapped in Lewa, Kenya.
Our Instant Wild app brings camera trap images from around the world straight to your phone, and has a built in identification guide so you can report what you see. http://www.edgeofexistence.org/instantwild/
ZSL is excited to reveal images of tigers in a new area of a Thai national park. http://www.zsl.org/conservation/news/first-tiger-sighting-in-thai-nation...
We've launched a new brand to engage people with our mission to promote worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats.http://www.zsl.org/news/let%E2%80%99s-work-for-wildlife-the-new-zsl-brand
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