Anthropogenic environmental changes, such as global land use and land cover...
A skin-eating fungal disease brought to Europe by humans now poses a major...
A baby zebra (and mother) caught on one of our Instant Wild camera traps.
Elephants! Caught on an Instant Wild camera trap
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This incredible picture was taken by one of our Instant Wild cameras this morning!
You can see the live feed of amazing images - and help our conservationists identify the animals caught on camera - via the Instant Wild website and app:
Quagga Mussels - a highly invasive species originating from Eastern Europe - have been discovered in the River Thames by ZSL staff.
It's not clear how they ended up in the UK but they now pose a risk to native mussels and have the potential to cause great damage to boats, jetties and buoys.
A similar species has caused million pounds of damage in the Great Lakes in the US after arriving there in the 1980s.
From now on, food producers in the UK will have to make it clear if they are using palm oil in their products
Less than two weeks to go until Christmas! Fancy giving a lion a gift?
There's still time to get a gift that can make a real difference this Christmas - helping us to save the last 400 Asiatic Lions
Samantha Guillaume Slatter - Senior Keeper at ZSL London Zoo's aquarium - has been visiting Project Seahorse in the Philippines to see the work they are doing.
Read her latest blog: