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Mosquito net fishing in Mozambique

Wildlife targeted for human use sees steep decline, but conservation and wildlife management are best chance to sustain it, a new global study led...

A female scientist talks to an audience at the Soapbox Science event in London

One day only: Soapbox Science takes over Gabriel's Wharf, Southbank on Saturday 28 May 2022

Green land shark laying on beach

A super rare Greenland shark that stranded on a beach in Cornwall has been confirmed to have had an infection of the brain, believed to be the...

Satellite image

ZSL conservation scientists lead ground-breaking research using satellites to understand the impacts of rewilding efforts over two decades, at...

two birds

Wind farm developers are being urged to factor local seabird population trends into plans to avoid contributing to species decline, says new ZSL-...

Closeup of a gannet holding some nesting material.

New ZSL-led study shows how latest knowledge of climate change threats could be better connected with conservation action to protect seabirds and...

lions eyes

ZSL-led study shows how protecting threatened species such as cheetah and African wild dogs needs an integrated approach, with support for local...

Hedgehog

Citizen scientists contribute to ZSL-led study on London hedgehogs which reveals the prickly creatures' residential preferences.

two leopards

Study led by ZSL and UCL teams shows that Amur leopards historically roamed within the city walls of Seoul, Korea. Historic accounts could help to...

northern lights

Leading conservation charity ZSL provides vital new evidence to inform sustainable marine management in the region