Meet ZSL London Zoo's family of oriental short-clawed otters. Our 'romp' of otters love to live in their furry families!
Our otters at ZSL London Zoo are Oriental small-clawed otters and are actually the smallest species of otter. While most otters prefer to live solitary lives, this species are sociable creatures and live in family groups.
Happy International Tiger Day everyone!
This is Nakal, isn't he beautiful?
If you fancy unleashing your wild side and supporting our work with tigers there's still time to sign up to Streak For Tigers!
Silent Cinema at ZSL London Zoo is back!
This September we'll be screening Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, King Kong, An American Werewolf in London and Finding Nemo on our outdoor screen!
There is also a PUBLIC VOTE to decide what should be shown on the Friday night of the run - take part and you could win tickets for you and five friends to the night of your choice!
And the winning name for our new penguin chick was chosen by.... (drum roll please).... Caroline Fowler with the name Pip!
Congratulations Caroline, and welcome to the ZSL London Zoo family Pip, we think it suits you!
Don't forget to tune into Meet The Penguins tonight at 7pm on ITV!
Our Head Bird keeper Adrian Walls stars in the brand-new special documenting his quest to see endangered Humboldt penguins in their native habitat of Peru
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Do you want to help us name one of these adorable little Humboldt penguin chicks?
Enter the competition on our website and be in with the chance to win a special ‘Meet the Penguins’ experience with Head Bird Keeper and ITV star Adrian Walls! http://www.zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo/name-our-penguin-chick
Get Closer at ZSL London Zoo this summer. Amal Lalsab of Reading did just that, check out his video here.
Buy your tickets now for your own #GetCloser moment at ZSL London Zoo: http://www.zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo/londonzootickets
What are you doing this Sunday night at 7pm? Watching Meet The Penguins on ITV of course!
The documentary follows our head bird keeper Adrian on his quest to see endangered Humboldt penguins (including very cute penguin chicks) in their native habitat of Peru.
Take a peek behind the scenes: http://www.zsl.org/ITVpenguins
Giant anteater fun fact: The anteater’s tongue is 60cm long and can be extended up to 150 times per minute!
Coming to our Little Creatures Festival next week?
TV Presenter Andy Day will be there too - and we're giving five lucky visitors each day the chance to meet him in person!