Latest News from ZSL

Scientist presenting to an audience at Soapbox Science

Soapbox Science is a UK-based initiative that aims to promote the visibility and boost career prospects of female scientists through the...

An ocelot with dinner, caught on camera trap in Panama

A new ZSL study shows camera traps can be used to track the movements of wildlife without having to catch, tag or directly observe them.

Mongolian Gers on the ZSL summer field course Hustai

Annual course provides opportunity for budding field conservationists to experience Mongolia.

Snowdon Aviary, ZSL London Zoo

ZSL London Zoo secures National Lottery investment for historic Snowdon Aviary

Antrozous pallidus bat - Mexico

The biggest library of bat sounds has been compiled to identify bats from their calls in Mexico – a country which harbours many of the Earth's...

Aders Duiker

The significance of Kenya’s coastal forests as a biodiversity hotspot of global importance has been underlined by a new report, published by...

Screenshot of first footage of West African seahorse

Exports of a vulnerable seahorse species from two west African countries are now banned, thanks to work carried out by Project Seahorse and funded...

Smelt egg

Conservationists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) are celebrating after discovering evidence of one of the UK’s rarest fish species...

Giraffe baby nuru

The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is launching an April Fools’ Day Amnesty after being flooded with calls from prank victims.

Professor Robert McNeill (Neill) Alexander

Former Secretary of the Zoological Society of London, Professor Robert McNeill (Neill) Alexander, sadly passed away on 21 March 2016.