Have questions? Lead author Andrew Jacobson will be answering your questions about the research on Twitter tomorrow. Tweet using the hashtag #leoparddecline to @OfficialZSL or leave them in the comments below.
The leopard, one of the world’s most iconic big cats, has lost as much as 75 per cent of its historic range according to a new study from ZSL and the National Geographic Society’s Big Cats Initiative (BCI).
In our new blog from the Dja Biosphere Reserve (DBR), a conservation area in Cameroon, we look at how ZSL are using conservation technologies and training ecoguards to fight back against wildlife crime.
Are you perplexed by pathogens? Does dark matter leave you mystified? Or do you simply want to know what scientists really get up to?
To hear answers to life’s biggest questions or just a response to daydreamer’s quandaries, Soapbox Science is the must-attend event this summer.
Kicking off on Saturday 28 May at Gabriel’s Wharf on London’s Southbank, Soapbox Science sees Britain’s finest female scientists taking their research out of the labs and onto the streets as they tackle some of science’s most fascinating questions.
Today, Kenya is planning the largest ivory and rhino horn burn in history to remove it from the illegal trade system. Poaching and illegal wildlife trade is threatening the survival of some of our most amazing species.
190 years ago this week the Zoological Society of London was founded by Sir Stamford Raffles for the advancement of zoological science. Since April 1826 there have been many incredible milestones along the way, from opening the world’s very first aquarium to discovering new species like the okapi.
Now an international scientific, conservation and educational charity, ZSL’s mission is to promote and achieve the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats.
Join us at our next free science and conservation event: "Big-ocean commitments in the UK Overseas Territories".
At this event, our expert speakers will be examining the UK's commitments to marine protection in our overseas territories and what needs to be done for the UK to become the world leader in marine stewardship.