A new mother from Bristol is celebrating Mother’s Day after almost giving birth to her daughter at Bristol Zoo.
As the world marks International Women’s Day, Bristol Zoological Society celebrates the achievements of some of its key members of staff.
One of Bristol Zoo’s most endangered youngsters has reached six-months-old and weighs around the same as 300 blueberry muffins.
A five-year-old pupil from Air Balloon Hill Primary School, in St George, has raised money to help safeguard four endangered species of snail housed at Bristol Zoo Gardens.
Unique opportunities are up for grabs at Bristol Zoo this year, offering the chance to volunteer with lemurs, gorillas, butterflies and pygmy hippos.
A first-of-its-kind model, which provides guidance on the survival likelihood of abandoned penguin chicks in southern Africa, has been developed by researchers from Bristol Zoological Society, the Universities of Bristol, Exeter and Cape Town and The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB).
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