Today is World Environment Day, a day to celebrate the environment, be a part of it, and remember that it needs protecting.
The latest issue of World of Animals magazine has gone on sale today and can be found in all good newsagents and major supermarkets. Or you can buy it online…
Earlier this year, South Africa backed away from a proposal to legalise the rhino horn trade. We talk to Save The Rhino International about the arguments for and against, and the rhino’s future if a solution can’t be found.
Two litters of bush dog pups, born at Chester Zoo, have begun to venture outside for the first time.
The Park’s pair of rare Asiatic Lions, Rana and Kanha, have made history with their very first litter. Their cubs are the first Lion triplets to be born at Cotswold Wildlife Park since it opened in 1970
Twin Visayan warty pigs – a species listed by conservationists as critically endangered – have made their debut at Chester Zoo.
Grown-ups and children alike are in for a treat over the upcoming summer holidays as the RSPB will once again be urging nature lovers to spend a night under the stars for its annual Big Wild Sleepout.
Month old rhino calf, Ekozu, has had his first day out and about on the safari drive-through at West Midland Safari Park.
Save our riverside residents: volunteers required to help combat declining UK water vole populations
New research involving conservation scientists from Chester Zoo has uncovered the shocking collapse of the world’s largest primate – the Grauer’s gorilla.
A study entitled ‘Fat king penguins are less steady on their feet’ indicates that humans are not the only species plagued by the obesity epidemic.
The Deep has welcomed six Fried-egg jellyfish, just in time to celebrate National Breakfast Week..
These unlikely friends in Russia’s Primorye safari park in the Russian Far East have captured the hearts of the world.
In an amazing case of ‘evolution before our eyes’ more and more elephants are being born with no tusks
Want to get involved in conservation? Here’s a great interactive map from the Bat Conservation Trust! Although we associate wildlife with open green spaces and the countryside, bats are actually all around us. While many species are able to adapt … Continued