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Pair of wild dog pups from the Zimbabwe study site

ZSL-led study suggests shifting climate may be harming pups’ chances of survival

Mnx Shearwaters at sea

ZSL scientists show that remotely sensed wind speed can determine flying behaviour in common seabirds

Healthy grass snake

Study finds emerging fungal pathogen amongst European snake populations

Galapagos tortoise

Fossil evidence suggests the giant chelonians were impacted by climate change which restricted their habitat

Yadvinder Malhi

Professor Yadvinder Malhi: ‘How animals shape habitats, ecosystems and the global biosphere’

Dr Veronica Fowler at a soapbox science event

Across the UK and beyond this summer, the world’s finest female scientists will be taking to their soapboxes to share their passion for science...

Mangroves

Climate-driven changes to the distribution of species across the world are having increasingly profound implications across human society,...

Sperm whale stranded in Pegwell Bay

ZSL has a fascinating series of scientific events planned for 2017, debating some of the most pressing issues facing the natural world.

Male badger. Image (c) Seth Jackson

ZSL-led study dispels fears that badger vaccines could encourage spread of TB to cattle.

The meeting attendees stand outside ZSL, where the discussion over the place of nature and the environment post-brexit was held at ZSL

Government Minister, Robin Walker, has joined ZSL to discuss environmental science and conservation post-Brexit.