Cameras at the zoo have captured the moment a rare giraffe arrives into the world!

Our conservationists have welcomed a special new arrival – a critically endangered Sumatran tiger, named Dash!

Nine adorable penguin chicks have hatched at the zoo and keepers have named them after their favourite fruits!

Our conservationists have begun freezing tissue samples of the world’s rarest animals as part of the Nature’s SAFE initiative.

We’re celebrating the birth of our first ever set of red-bellied lemur twins!

The cotton-top tamarin is one of the world’s most endangered primates with only 2,000 left in the wild.

Chester is currently one of just four zoos in the UK caring for the species and just 56 live in zoos across the whole of Europe.

Chris Matheson, MP for Chester, has praised our “pioneering research” aiming to develop a vaccine for a deadly virus that is threatening the survival of Asian elephants globally.

The new arrival was born to mum Nova and dad Cosmos!

The new calf joins the population of only 14 okapi in UK zoos!