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What do elephants like to do in the evening?

ZSL Whipsnade Zoo has been been admitted to the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame after winning the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for five years in...

In with the spiders, spider selfie

ZSL London Zoo unveils Europe’s only walk-through spider exhibit

Dr. Monika Bohm works in the Indicators and Assessments Unit at ZSL's Institute of Zoology. She tells us how she was inspired at a young age by a...

Hainan gibbons

A new report outlining the steps needed to save the Hainan gibbon from extinction has been published by a team of scientists led by ZSL.

James Bond hutia (c) Jose Nunez-Mino/The Last Survivors project

Scientists have named a new species of rodent after ornithologist James Bond, who was also the inspiration for the world's most famous spy.

Asian lion in India

There are now approximately 500 Asiatic lions (Panthera leo persica) living in the Gir landscape, according to the latest count, up from 411 in...

Chacma baboons grooming each other. Image by Alecia Carter.

Baboons in large troops spend more time grooming those with similar dominance rank and boldness to themselves, according to a new study.

Net-Works - Girl and nets

ZSL is very proud to announce that our Net-Works program has been awarded the Guardian Sustainable Business Award.

An Annam leaf turtle, with yellow and green striped face, basks in the light

ZSL London Zoo's new exhibit highlights survival threats to the Annam leaf turtle

Nepal

ZSL's Forest Guards and National Park Staff in Nepal are stranded in remote locations.