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A close up image showing fresh palm oil fruit

ZSL research shows industry must increase transparency to combat deforestation 

A group of smallspotted catshark investigates an underwater camera in Cardigan Bay 

Citizen scientists invited to ‘plunge’ into Welsh waters to help research rare aquatic species

A wollemi pine cone

ZSL (Zoological Society of London) and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew publish list of highly threatened plants with unique evolutionary traits to...

A pine marten image taken on a camera trap

A Critically Endangered pine marten has been photographed in a south-west London woodland

A harbour porpoise swimming

Conservationists call for greater protections for Europe’s smallest whale in the Thames estuary as ZSL-led survey shows high presence there...

A juvenile Shore Crab on a fan worm

The Wild Oysters Project is celebrating a win for wildlife this World Oyster Day (5 August) after finding over 27,000 marine animals living among...

Informal logging in Sumatra

A strong biodiversity policy makes companies stand out from the crowd, as ZSL’s SPOTT team’s latest sustainability research reveals.

Tiger walking in Parsa National Park, Nepal

A wildlife survey led by the Department of National Park and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC), Government of Nepal and supported by ZSL reveals that...

A chimpanzee mother carrying her baby inside Douala-Edea National Park, Cameroon

The first-ever photos of a chimpanzee have been snapped inside Douala-Edea National Park, Cameroon by wildlife-monitoring camera-traps set up by...

Plastic pollution on the beach in the Philippines

ZSL (Zoological Society of London) to give expert conservation advice about plastic pollution during UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon alongside...