ZSL London Zoo will be hosting a fun week of spooky goings on this Halloween...
Have you ever had a burning desire to walk over red hot embers? Join us at...
Hands up if you like to go for a jog on the weekends!
Time for another episode of CURIOUS CREATURES!
This week we're looking at the bemusing cow fish. Click play to find out how this little guy got his name: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pq2a5WrrQgE
Want to see more of our cutest new resident? Check out this video and watch Forrest get some of his favourite fruity treats: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEjy6Ls23iQ
Have you got the mid-week blues? If so, then you really need to meet our new kinkajou - Forrest! He's only 6 months old and is currently settling into his new home. Did we mention he's also adorable?
Learn more: http://www.zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo/news/meet-forrest-the-kinkajou
Have you got a burning desire to help save the Asiatic lions? We're looking for some brave challengers to walk barefoot over red hot embers smouldering over 1200°F and help raise funds for our Lions400 project.
Up to the task? Learn more about ZSL's Fire Walk here: http://www.zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo/whats-on/fire-walk-for-lions400
CAPTION CONTEST - GO!
"Stop it, you'll mess up my fur for the picture..."
Photo credit: Joanne Iredale
You can now watch live animal footage from ZSL London Zoo, streamed to YouTube using innovative TV whitespace technology from Google!
This new project is just the first step towards ZSL using new technology in future conservation efforts. Learn more: http://www.zsl.org/conservation-initiatives/conservation-technology/whit...
Coming to ZSL London Zoo spring 2016: Land of the Lions!
Providing state-of-the-art facilities for a breeding group of endangered Asiatic lions, this new exhibit will cover more than 2,500sqm.
Find out more: http://www.zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo/news/land-of-the-lions
Meet the emerald tree boa. This pretty snake is scientifically called 'Corallus caninus', the word caninus referencing its large dog-like head.
However, unlike dogs, these snakes don't play fetch.