Adapted to freezing cold climates, did you know that a wolverine's fur is resistant to frost?
Things always get a bit silly at the weekend...
It might be a little colder than they're used to but our animals have certainly been enjoying the #snow!
Meet the 'Skywalker' hoolock gibbon, a new species discovered in the rainforests of China.
A team of scientists, led by Fan Peng-Fei from Sun Yat-sen University and including ZSL's Dr Samuel Turvey, used the force (and a comprehensive scientific study of gibbon genetics) to determine that the Skywalker is in fact a completely distinct species of gibbon.
It was named Skywalker because the Chinese characters of its scientific name mean "Heaven's movement" and the primates spend their time high in the rainforest canopy, but also because the team are big fans of the Star Wars films.
Watch as our Asian elephants, Californian sea lions and ring-tailed lemurs take part in 2017's stocktake.
We're calling on cyclists of all abilities to pump up their tyres and sign up for our brand new Zoo to Zoo Bike Ride on Sunday the 2nd of July 2017.
The wildest bike ride in the south east will see cyclists pushing their pedals for wildlife with a long-distance route through three counties, taking in cityscapes and countryside vistas.
Are you a school teacher in search of a fascinating day out for your students?
At ZSL Whipsnade Zoo you can choose from a catalogue of 36 completely interactive learning sessions, where students can explore every aspect of the animal world – from colour and camouflage to Zoo breeding and field conservation.
Looking for ways to help wildlife in 2017? From reducing your waste to encouraging biodiversity in your own garden, we've got 7 tips to get you started.