Following the conclusion of an initial investigation, ZSL's Director of Zoology David Field blogs about the recent events surrounding our silverback gorilla Kumbuka.
Native to the dense rainforests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, discover more about one of the world's most elusive creatures as we celebrate #WorldOkapiDay!
Discover amazing facts about this beautiful species as well as what it's like to look after them on a daily basis.
Named after the British monarch recently featured on our TV screens, the Victoria crowned pigeon is native to Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.
In July keepers welcomed the arrival of a new chick who can be seen at the Blackburn Pavilion.
Do you dream of working with and protecting wildlife or know someone who does?
ZSL's conservation careers day on 26 October provides a unique insight into life as a wildlife conservationist and the types of skills you'll need to learn to pursue a career in this field.
Did you know the Thames Estuary is home to a number of marine mammals such as harbour seals, grey seals, harbour porpoises and pilot whales?
Next time you're on the river's edge and spot one of these beautiful animals, report it using our online interactive map so ZSL conservationists can continue to protect these charismatic creatures: http://sites.zsl.org/inthethames/
A children's story beloved by many, this year marks the 90th anniversary of Winnie-the-Pooh. The famous character was based on a Canadian black bear called Winnie that lived at ZSL London Zoo in the 1920s.
To mark the occasion, we take a look at some of the other animals that may have inspired A. A. Milne during his visits to the Zoo.
We can confirm our gorilla is safe and well after entering a keeper-only area in his exhibit for a short time.