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Giraffe looking into the camera

ZSL shares ‘animal selfies’ from across the globe for World Selfie Day

ZSL nurses Critically Endangered wild pangolin called Hope back to health

ZSL releases images of rescued wild pangolin to show plight of illegally trafficked species 

Mary river turtle

A ZSL study published in Nature Communications today (Tuesday 26 May) maps the evolutionary history of the world's terrestrial vertebrates -...

Photo - A scuba diver underwater, taking a photograph of wildlife on the seabed

Wildlife photographers asked to submit underwater images of oysters to win competition.

Photo - Close up camera trap image of a puma looking at the camera, with close forest behind it.

Through the collaboration, National Geographic’s community of Explorers were given the opportunity to contribute projects to Instant Wild.

Photo - Cameratrap image of an Asian elephant in a forest in Thailand

World-first analysis of natural rubber producers by ZSL’s SPOTT reveals transparency issues across sector.

Photo - Close up photo of a small, brown baby gharial on sand.

For the first time in 37 years, ZSL EDGE conservationists discover first successful nesting and breeding site of gharial crocodiles in Bardia...

Photo - Close-up photo of a baby pangolin approaching the camera

Baby pangolin saved from illegal wildlife trade

Photo - Camera trap image of a large red deer with antlers, walking through a grassy field with trees in the background

The citizen science platform continues to expand, giving users an insight into the natural world while contributing to conservation work.

Photo - Rows of palm saplings in a field stretching off into the distance

Palm oil companies need to increase understanding of oil's origin in order to protect wildlife.