Discover the latest from the ZSL– from research updates to successes in our conservation work, we bring you behind the scenes of how we do the important work we do.
We're the public to report strandings of dead seals across English and Welsh coastlines and waterways to help ZSL scientists further understand the threats facing marine mammals on our native shores.
Moses Harris was born in 1730 and lived until circa 1788. He was interested in insects from a young age encouraged by an uncle who was a member of the Society of Aurelians, an early organisation for the study of insects.
Wildlife vets from around the world joined this year’s three-week IWAH course in Sariska National Park, Rajasthan, to learn the practical skills needed to investigate wildlife diseases.
Two crime-fighting canines being deployed to fight the illegal wildlife trade met their new conservation colleagues at ZSL’s London Zoo headquarters
A new ZSL-led study spotlights vital role of conservation zoos in saving ‘extinct in the wild’ species
The most illegally trafficked wild mammal in the world makes its appearance on our camera traps in the Philippines’ El Nido for the first time since the area was proposed as a protected area for the Critically Endangered species.
ZSL study reveals sperm whales have been pushed into deeper waters by historic hunting
ZSL is calling for world leaders to make ambitious, evidence-led commitments to tackle world-wide biodiversity loss
Every year, ZSL recognises outstanding achievement in zoology and conservation science through a programme of prestigious awards.
ZSL experts explain why the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora matters for threatened species across the globe.