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).
Companies and individuals in the south west are being invited to join staff from Bristol Zoological Society to take on the National Three Peaks.
Bristol Zoo’s seven-month-old red panda, Mali, has passed her first health check with flying colours.
Bristol Zoo played host to an engagement like no other when the winner from its ‘Wildly in Love’ competition popped the question to her boyfriend, surrounded by bats.
Afia, Bristol Zoo’s little Western lowland gorilla, has celebrated her first birthday with vegetable cake, presents, roses and bunting.
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