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The Zoological Society of London Announces 'Bushmeat Action Plan'
11 Feb 2004
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) has announced its 'Bushmeat Action Plan' at a high-level debate chaired by Elliot Morley, MP, held at ZSL on Tuesday 10th February. The aim of the plan is to alleviate the bushmeat crisis and ensure the continued survival of threatened species and local communities through a sustainable, regulated trade.
Do dolphins get the bends?
9 Oct 2003
Behavioural, anatomical and physiological adaptations are thought to enable some marine mammal species to dive to considerable depths while avoiding diving-related illnesses such as decompression sickness
ZSL takes action on the bushmeat trade
10 Sep 2003
ZSL is working towards finding solutions to the bushmeat crisis under its Bushmeat and Forests Conservation Programme. The ZSL strategy combines both species protection and sustainable use approaches in a mixture that balances conservation and development needs
Meet Horatio and Zazu, Hornbills on Parade!
18 Aug 2003
We all hope it's sunny on the Bank Holiday weekend. And none more so than Whipsnade Wild Animal Park's latest recruits to the bird display - 'Horatio' the Abyssinian ground hornbill and 'Zazu' the red-billed hornbill
More Company for the Soup-Dragon!
24 Jul 2003
London Zoo celebrates the birth of its first baby tamandua
17 Jun 2003
New bongo calf at London Zoo
The wonders of Whipsnade by night
2 Jun 2003
Whipsnade opens its gates for two special summer evenings
Wotta Lotta Otters!
22 May 2003
New home and kits for the otters at London Zoo
A special kind of Grubb!
30 Apr 2003
First Francois' langur monkey born in mainland Britain
Happy Families at London Zoo
2 Apr 2003
London Zoo celebrates the opening of three new homes for meerkats, otters and marmosets
ZSL secures three Darwin Initiative grants
25 Mar 2003
The Zoological Society of London is pleased to announce that three Darwin Initiative grants have been awarded to ZSL scientists in the current round of funding
Second golden headed lion tamarin birth for London Zoo
20 Feb 2003
London Zoo is celebrating the birth of its second golden headed lion tamarin
10 Feb 2003
Saying it with herbs at London Zoo
Adding Aruba Island Rattlesnakes and Multiplying Millipedes
7 Jan 2003
Whipsnade take stock of another year
Pregnant males shake up thinking on wildlife trade
15 Nov 2002
Seahorses become first commercial marine fish to be managed by 160 countries
Doris has her day!
31 Oct 2002
Doris the Jackdaw - Whipsnade Wild Animal Park's star fundraiser
Whipsnade Wild Animal Park is currently celebrating after Doris the jackdaw and the Park's visitors helped raise £9,000 for the EAZA (European Association of Zoos and Aquaria) Rainforest Campaign 2002
London Zoo raises funds for Atlantic Rainforest
29 Oct 2002
London Zoo is currently celebrating after visitors helped raise £10,000 for the EAZA (European Association of Zoos and Aquaria) Rainforest Campaign 2002
Rio off to a flying start!
28 Oct 2002
London Zoo breeds the UK's first aracari
Elephants in captivity
23 Oct 2002
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) works closely with the UK Federation of Zoos to ensure that all animals in its collection receive the best level of care, and that the conservation of the species is a prime concern
Get your teeth into this!
22 Oct 2002
Whipsnade Wild Animal Park hatches two dwarf crocodiles
Monkey Business at London Zoo!
17 Oct 2002
London Zoo celebrates the birth of twin Geoffroy's Marmosets
King of the Swingers
16 Oct 2002
New baby chimp, Elvis, born at Whipsnade
Mongooseness Gracious Me!
2 Oct 2002
The keepers at Whipsnade Wild Animal Park's Discovery Centre are currently hard at work with Stitch and Sew, two-baby dwarf mongoose who are being hand reared before they are returned to their social group
Everything is just so black and white
26 Sep 2002
Whipsnade Wild Animal Park is celebrating again following the successful birth of a male Grevy's zebra, just over a month after another herd member in the group gave birth to a female foal
Help, I'm a hornbill and I'm still in here!
20 Sep 2002
Malay Black hornbills give birth to record three chicks
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