ZSL launches brand new online shop

Forget trawling the internet for beautiful homeware, unique children’s toys or quirky clothing as ZSL unveils its new online store – set to be the one-stop shop for animal lovers of all ages.

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Featuring new and exclusive products and ranges, from beautiful jewellery to custom-designed cuddly bears, www.zslshop.org will be home to hundreds of high-quality and affordable products. There will be a selection of the best-loved items straight off the shelves from ZSL London and Whipsnade Zoos as well as online exclusives.

With special offers to look out for throughout the year, the new store is the perfect place for animal fans to pick up that perfect present – be it for themselves or a loved one.

ZSL has launched the new online shop to help protect wildlife around the world, as proceeds from the shop will support the international conservation work of the charity.

ZSL’s Director of Communications Rich Storton said: “We’re thrilled to launch our exciting new online shop. With wildlife around the world facing unprecedented threats, being able to help from the comfort of our homes is brilliant, and that’s what shoppers will be doing when they buy a gift from ZSL.

“We’ve scoured the globe to find exciting and unusual items, many of which are exclusive to ZSL, and all who shop with us will be helping to protect animals and their habitats both at home and abroad. Shopping has never felt so good!”

Created by Catch Digital, the eye-catching new site features stunning wildlife photography, bold colours drawn from nature, and easy to navigate categories to inspire shoppers to think about the meaning behind their purchases. 

Explore the ZSL online shop

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