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An astounding 708 seals have been spotted in the Thames Estuary in the first ever count by air, land and sea, carried out by the Zoological...

Populations of all eight species of pangolin are being devastated as the Chinese pangolin is hunted close to extinction in the wild for its meat...

The latest update of The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species shows worrying declines for freshwater shrimps, cone snails and the Yangtze Finless...

Nine thousand kilos of discarded fishing nets have been collected for recycling into carpet tiles, drastically transforming littered beaches along...

Bid to stop rhino slaughter in Africa wins £500,000 Google Award thanks to massive public support.

ZSL has been committed to the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats for almost 90 years. In this time the threats to biodiversity...

A record 5,000 elvers (baby eels) have made the first count of the year in the Thames Estuary by conservationists from the Zoological Society of...

More than 1,000 African rhinos have been slaughtered in just eighteen months, as armed poachers cash in on soaring demand for horns.

The black-and-white ruffed lemur, Mexican salamander and Sunda pangolin all feature on the first map of the world’s most unique and threatened...

Eighty-six marine and conservation scientists from across the UK, including nine from the Zoological Society of London, have signed an open letter...