Illegal wildlife trade is threatening the very existence of some of the world's best loved species.
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The Duke of Cambridge and The Prince of Wales met with global conservation leaders at ZSL London Zoo to discuss how new technology will help put an end to wildlife poaching.
ZSL Conservation Review 2012
Highlights ZSL’s major conservation achievements over the past year and future plans.
ZSL report produced in collaboration with WWF, IUCN and SSC, on the global status and trends of vertebrates.
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FInd out about the cutting edge conservation camera trapping technology we are using.Find out more about Camera Trapping
ZSL's Conservation breeding is vital, integrating our field conservation and animal husbandry expertiseFind out more about Conservation breeding
Chagos Marine Reserve is the largest marine protected area in the world, and is one of the most pristine remaining reefs.Find out more about Chagos Archipelago
This targeted conservation breeding project targets fish species that are on the brinkFind out more about Fishnet
ZSL aims to solve some the mysteries surrounding Thames seals by studying tagged individuals.Find out more about Seal tagging
Find out about ZSL's conservation work in these arid but highly threatened and diverse environments.Find out more about Desert Conservation
By protecting seahorses and their habitats, Project Seahorse ensures the health of marine ecosystems.Find out more about Project Seahorse