An exhilarating year for ZSL
Tuesday 19 June 2007
ZSL is 180 years old and is now growing again with ever increasing vigour. This has been an exhilarating year with significant achievements to report across the whole organisation. You can find out more in our latest annual review launched today at our AGM.
ZSL has once again been working all over the world, helping to protect species and their habitats. New evidence from ZSL scientists revealed the damage to unique seamount ecosystems caused by deep-sea trawling.
Breeding success in the Living Collections of ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo included rare beaded lizards, an Asian elephant, a Sulawesi hornbill, a litter of African lion cubs, a giraffe calf and a Mexican Socorro dove that is extinct in the wild, to name but a few.
Download our annual review and find out more:
Please be aware that as our living collection is constantly changing some animals listed may no longer be in the collection, this list was created on the 31/12/2006.