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Meerkats explore a papier-mâché pumpkin at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

Aardvarks and meerkats enjoy spooky fun ahead of ZSL Whipsnade Zoo’s Boo at the Zoo half-term activities 

A diver with a school of fish

The Living Planet Report (LPR) 2022 shows monitored wildlife populations declined between 1970 and 2018 across all assessed regions.

The ZSL conservation team in the Philippines planting mangroves

A new study by a global team of scientists including ZSL researchers has for the first time comprehensively classified the world’s ecosystems –...

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...

Dame Twiggy Lawson models the t-shirt she designed for ZSL

Stars unite to help international conservation charity put a stop to extinction

A lynx sitting surrounded by foliage

New ZSL-led report shows that several, iconic species have made a comeback in Europe and points to a bright future for wildlife, if it’s given the...

A group of seals

ZSL stands with other conservation NGOs and shares their dismay and anger regarding reports that the UK Government plans to abandon more than 500...

An elephant calf in the paddock at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

Elephant calf named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II, who met the calf’s mum on her last visit to ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

zsl sign with people wearing formal dress at night

Charity’s fundraising gala, Safari in the City 2022, raises vital funds for wildlife at ZSL London Zoo

An urban fox outside terraced housing

A landmark report by ZSL shows how increased urban rewilding efforts could boost wildlife and buffer city dwellers from the worst impacts of...