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.

We’ve begun a pilot study of a new vaccine to FIGHT the deadly virus which affects young elephants, EEHV.

Discover how science led us to develop a pilot study of a vaccine for EEHV, and the next steps on our journey to preventing this deadly virus found in young elephants.

Ready, steady, GO… new Wildlife Champions come together to begin creation of a 10 mile Nature Recovery Corridor.

Mandrills are the world’s largest monkeys and are vulnerable to extinction in the wild.

Ahead of what conservation experts have labelled a “crucial summit” on biodiversity this spring, we’ve released a new paper, sharing our plans to step up our global role in PREVENTING EXTINCTION.

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Thanks to conservation efforts, the tequila splitfin fish has returned to Mexico after not being seen for over 15 years.
The species is on the brink of extinction, with as few as 200 of the rare animals remaining in the wild.

It has been almost two years since our Youth Board was formed and despite a CHALLENGING couple of years, their ambition and direction has led to the Youth Board hosting their first Youth Symposium here at Chester Zoo.

Two precious red-billed curassow chicks hatched after their eggs were carefully incubated for 30 days by our team of bird experts.