The Zoo: episode 3
ZSL Conservationist Matt Gollock talks about ZSL's conservation work around the globe and the importance of saving species, both big and small.
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Saving rhinos in Nepal
ZSL has a long conservation history in Nepal, with projects including the setup of veterinary clinics in the community buffer zones of Chitwan National Park.
Find out more about ZSL's work in Nepal
Vultures - back from the brink
Populations of three of India’s commonest griffon vultures have declined by more than ninety per cent during the last decade and since late 1999 ZSL has been investigating this problem.
Find out more about this project
Critically endangered frogs
Last year, ZSL conservationists joined a team with a special mission - to airlift one of the world’s rarest species of amphibians, to safety in a last ditch attempt to save it from extinction.
Read about the mountain chicken airlift
Spot a TV star
Meet the real stars of 'The Zoo', the animals. Visitors can get up close to our animals including the gorillas, lions, penguins and even our vultures.
Buying tickets in advance online is the fastest and cheapest way to get into the Zoo.
The distinctive call of a rare bird which was once extinct in England can be heard again thanks to a successful breeding and rearing project at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo.
ZSL's corncrake project
In the last 30 years, the Thames Estuary, UK has become one of the world's most unpolluted metropolitan tideways, but its rich variety of wildlife remains a well kept secret.
ZSL has a number of Thames Estuary Projects, including monitoring eel migrations, that study the Thames and its diverse ecology.
Find out more about ZSL's Thames Estuary work
A conservation charity
We hope 'The Zoo' has inspired you to find out more about ZSL's conservation work.
We run conservation programmes in Britain and across the world and the conservation of wild animals and their natural habitats is fundamental to our mission.
We work with local communities to conserve their environment and promote sustainability.
Find out more about ZSL's conservation work
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