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Zoohackathon winners: Team ODINN

A new machine learning product designed to tackle the supply end of this illicit trade emerged victorious at the 2017 London Zoohackathon event,...

Tackling Pollution in London's rivers

Londoners urged to check plumbing as signs of contamination found in almost one-third of outfalls across Capital.

Why are certain species of wildlife traded?

ZSL and United for Wildlife win gold for their free online conservation courses

Timber

ZSL expands successful sustainability monitoring platform

Short-snouted seahorse

Latest discoveries at Greenwich provide further evidence of estuary ecosystem’s renaissance

Axolotl

ZSL survey highlights lack of public awareness of some of the world’s endangered wildlife species

Marine biologists from ZSL are completing the 2017 annual seal survey

Annual population count will inform new action plan to protect Thames’ iconic marine mammals

ZSL and Natural Resources Wales are working to protect our native Angelshark population

ZSL and Natural Resources Wales are teaming up with fishermen to learn more about our native Angelshark population.

Palm oil plantation in Indonesia

ZSL expands SPOTT platform to cover social impacts

Paul Pearce-Kelly holding an atlas moth

Conservationist Paul Pearce-Kelly wins prestigious ZSL Staff Medal