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One of the main aims for the 2011 EAZA Ape Campaign has been to raise awareness of the plight of wild apes.
Our very own Curator of Birds, Andrew Owen, is fighting against time to save the increasingly rare Javan Green Magpie, found on the Indonesian Island of Java.
A shocking image of a critically endangered black rhino with a snare around its neck has been picked up on one of our cameras in Africa.
Home to the densest primate population in Africa, Kibale National Park in Uganda is sadly being cut down for firewood. Threatened primates such as the chimpanzee and red colobus monkey, plus many other species of mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles, are losing their homes.