Zoological Society of London
Articles about the work of the ZSL
- Serengeti highway protests growing worldwide
- Some red squirrels are immune to squirrelpox virus
- Tigers and elephants caught on camera trap in soon-to-be felled Sumatra forest.
- EDGE expeditions, searching for the world's rarest mammals.
- Species on the EDGE, a campaign to save the world's rarest animals.
- Mountain gazelle re-introduced to Saudi Arabia.
- Mongolian wildlife decimated.
- Komodo dragon virgin births at London Zoo.
- 'Extinct' dove breeds at London Zoo.
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) was founded in 1826 and is now an international scientific, conservation and educational charity: Their key role is the conservation of animals and their habitats.
ZSL runs London Zoo and Whipsnade Wild Animal Park, carries out scientific research in the Institute of Zoology and is actively involved in field conservation in other countries worldwide. For further information please visit http://www.zsl.org/
More articles about the work of ZSL
- First ever pictures of ‘missing’ mammal
- Wildlife worth more than gold in Guyana
- CDs to deter elephants from crop raiding
- Amur leopard, the world's rarest big cat, still clinging on in Russia
- Male eland antelope ‘crack' their knees to attract the girls