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Sumatran tiger Gaysha at ZSL London Zoo

ZSL’s Wildlife Health team have carried out the largest ever study into tiger contraception and are now ready to share their findings, published...

Trevor Coote
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We are very sorry to share the news that our dear colleague Dr Trevor Coote, Conservation Field Biologist on the International Partulid Programme...

African wild dog

Yesterday's Wild Lunch Wednesday event was another cracker, with zoologist Rosie Woodroffe...

Photo of two Sihek birds sat on a branch

Dr Amanda Trask, Dr Donal Smith, and Dr John Ewen discuss the challenges around recovering Extinct in the Wild species ahead of their upcoming...

sharks on blue background

New research published by scientists at ZSL’s Institute of Zoology is helping to reveal the mysterious movements of sharks

Two puffins are photographed among the grass.

Following on from ZSL's recent online event '...

A scaly Philippine Pangolin

Did you watch yesterday's Wild Lunch Wednesdays event with ZSL researcher...

Penguins relax in the foreground of the photo, with the mountains of South Georgia behind them.

Joshua Powell, a ZSL PhD student, takes us behind the scenes of his new...

Chris looks out of a window onboard ship

A follow-up blog to our very first Wild Lunch Wednesdays event.

Joe Pecorelli demonstrating the RMI to the new Thames Water CEO – Sarah Bentley © Thames Water

By Joe Pecorelli, Project Manager in the Marine and Freshwater teams here at ZSL, ahead of his online...

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