What will #Brexit mean for science and conservation?
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In the Philippines, more than 50% of the country’s mangrove forests were cleared to create ponds to breed crab, shrimp and fish. Many of those now stand empty and unused.
Mangroves are vitally important ecosystems, so ZSL is replanting in abandoned fishponds to restore lost mangrove forests, bringing back diverse habitats for animals and marine species, fighting climate change with their carbon storage capacity and protecting local communities from the devastating effects of tropical typhoons and tsunamis.
Drowzee may be pretty common in Pokémon Go, but its real life inspiration the Asian tapir is a much rarer species, currently classified as Endangered.
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.