This gorgeous fire salamander was spotted during ZSL fieldwork in the Pyrenees this week. Our scientists are there investigating the infectious diseases, like Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (B.sal), that are threatening amphibian populations in Europe.
Unleash your wild side and join our unique fundraising event, Streak for Tigers.
We're inviting people to strip off and take part in a daring run around ZSL London Zoo to raise vital funds for our international conservation efforts to save this iconic species
Camera trapping is an essential tool for conservation organisations like ZSL, allowing us to monitor species in all kinds of habitats - from penguins in the frozen Antarctic, to Amur tigers in the far east of Russia and pygmy hippos in the dense forests of West Africa.
Inspired by ZSL ditching single-use plastic water bottles to help reduce marine pollution, ZSL Zoo Keeper Colette Gibbings decided to try and go completely disposable plastic-free for 31 days.
Some things, like swapping plastic bags and water bottles for reusable ones were easy, but other things were more of a challenge! Find out how she got on on our blog: www.zsl.org/myplasticfreemonth
This photo was the first glimpse of a red-faced liocichla in Nepal for nearly two centuries.
The red-faced liocichla was thought to be extinct in Nepal until a team including ZSL conservationists heard its distinctive laughing call.
We all get a little tired in the heat, wildlife included! If you see a bee lying on the ground, it's probably having a rest.
Help a bee get its energy back by mixing up two spoonfuls of sugar with one spoonful of water and put it near the bee in a small container like an eggcup or tablespoon.
We're proud to be featured in this powerful message from Mayor of London Sadiq Khan #LondonIsOpen
What will Brexit mean for science, conservation and the environment? Book now for our scientific event on Wednesday 7 September and hear from our expert speakers.
As an international conservation charity, ZSL is using and developing technological tools that can enable us to better understand animals, their habitats and the threats they face so we can protect our precious wildlife.
From software to help tackle illegal wildlife trade to monitoring penguins in the Antarctic using camera traps, technology can help protect the future of our natural world. Support our work by becoming a Wildlife Champion today: www.zsl.org/champions
Look what we spotted! A leopard, elephant, giraffe, impala and two rhinos all in the last 24 hours on our Kenya camera trap.
Have you downloaded Instant Wild yet? Get live animal photos from the wild instantly to your iPhone and help our conservationists sort and identify the images.