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Feb 20, 2012

The Highland Wildlife Park has welcomed a family group of Chinese Gorals from their sister park Edinburgh Zoo.

Feb 20, 2012

Testing has begun on important samples that will help keepers predict when the time is right for Tian Tian and Yang Guang.
Feb 20, 2012
There’s an extra day in the year – and Paignton Zoo is inviting you to spend part of  it finding out about frogs!
Feb 13, 2012


Belfast Zoological Garden’s new catering facility, ‘The Treetop Tearoom’, was officially opened on Friday 10 February by the chairman of the Belfast City Council Parks and Leisure Committee, Councillor Steven Corr.

Feb 9, 2012

Events include: Eco Week, Paint a Panda and Messy Play!
Feb 8, 2012


Giant pandas have a reputation for sleeping and eating lots of bamboo, but today Edinburgh Zoo released a clip filmed by panda keeper Sharon Hatton that shows just how agile, strong and playful pandas really can be.

Feb 8, 2012


The new arrivals are cute and furry, the new attractions are challenging and the half term activities will give a bird a home – it’s finally here - the start of new season at Beale Park, Lower Basildon in Berkshire - opens 11th February 2012.

Feb 8, 2012


Healthy eating will be the theme of Bristol Zoo Gardens’ half term activities.

Feb 7, 2012


Two new girls who are certain to make their presence felt arrived at the Highland Wildlife Park over the weekend (Saturday 14th January).  Bad-tempered, aggressive, quick and very strong, these new Arctic females are polar titans whose species even outlived the woolly mammoth.

Feb 7, 2012

A project in Nigeria supported by Paignton Zoo has snapped a photo of a rare forest elephant.

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