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Gorilla webcams

Outside Webcam


Due to the current refurbishment of our gorilla house we are experiencing some downtime with our webcams. They will be back online as soon as possible. We are sorry for any disappointment caused.

Enjoy seeing our resident gorilla family wherever you are, and see if you can spot our new baby gorilla live on our webcams.

We have two cameras, one overlooking Gorilla Island and one inside the gorilla house, so you can watch our gorilla family play, sleep and feed at any time, night or day. Gorilla Island is home to seven western lowland gorillas; Jock, Salome, Romina, Kera, Namoki and Komale and a new baby gorilla!

For more information about our gorillas click through to the Gorilla Island page. In 2011, ITV West visited a primate conservation project in Cameroon that Bristol Zoo helps to support, to find out what is being done to conserve apes in the wild, watch the series of programmes here.

Find out how Bristol Zoo is helping to conserve this majestic species for future generations by visiting the BCSF's (our sister organisation) website here.

You can now help us look after these fantastic gorillas by adopting Komale, or baby Kukeña by clicking here.

Become a member and see our gorillas as many times as you like for a whole year, click here to become a member.

You can also see what our seals and penguins are getting up to on their own webcams here.

Wear your monkeys our by becoming an annual member at Bristol Zoo

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Help us to look after Kukena and Komale by becoming an animal adopter

Buy tickets online - online only discount

See our gorillas in the flesh! Click below to purchase tickets to the Zoo with an online only 10% discount