Tag: Protecting animal populations
Nearly 30 years after the golden skiffia disappeared from Mexico’s waters, our conservationists have helped to return the rare fish to 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.
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.
Conservationists from the UK and Portugal have launched a dramatic rescue mission to save a group of RARE snails from extinction.
Two precious red-billed curassow chicks hatched after their eggs were carefully incubated for 30 days by our team of bird experts.
MPs debated the new Animal Welfare Bill and took the opportunity to stress the INVALUABLE role that zoos play in preventing extinction.
As the World Biodiversity Summit sparks discussion on the latest ideas and plans to tackle biodiversity loss, Chester Zoo Science Director, Simon Dowell, writes about the path forward for us in tackling one particular area of biodiversity decline…
A NEW BBC wildlife series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough and Prince William features our work promoting sustainable palm oil.
After an incredible summer celebrating the Olympics in Tokyo, here in Britain the British & Irish Association of Zoos & Aquariums are handing out gold, silver and bronze to some of the very best projects among zoo conservation in their annual awards.