This International Tiger Day, we’re reflecting on the first phase of our Living with Tigers project in the Terai region of Nepal.
As we approach Mother’s Day, we shine a light on the special women in our lives, who have watched us grow, taught us right from wrong and held our hand through the highs and lows of adolescent life. Some mothers live high up in trees in the tropical rainforests across Sumatra, and have to fight to help protect their families from an ever-changing world, that is driving their species to extinction.
The new baby, a male named Arga, was safely delivered by mum Subis (32) at around 4:30pm on Thursday 14 November, following a nine month pregnancy. Our conservationists now plan to select a fitting name for the adorable, brown-eyed youngster, who has been spotted clinging tightly to mum since birth.
Find out all you need to know about how we created a habitat FIT FOR A KING (and his queens) from our Project Manager, Christine!
Watch our video to get a behind-the-scenes look into the design process of this state-of-the-art habitat, built specially to accommodate our pride of Asiatic lions…
A pair of endangered red panda cubs have been spotted emerging from their den for the first time!