Two baby penguins abandoned by their parents have been named after characters from the Flinstones.
Bamm-Bamm and Pebbles are being hand reared by keepers at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire.
Once the pair get their first waterproof coating they will move into the Zoo's penguin training pool where they will learn to swim and feed in the water.
Research at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire has shown that just like human crossword addicts, chimpanzees love having their brains teased.Read the full story ›
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A baby rhino has been unveiled to the public at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire. The one-horned rhino has been named Jamil and already weighs around 18 stone. It's thought he'll eventually weigh over 2 tonnes.
Keepers are counting more than 2,500 animals at Whipsnade Zoo including invertebrates, birds, fish, mammal, reptiles, and amphibians.
The count is required as part of the zoo's license, and all of the information is logged into the International Species Information System where it is used to manage international breeding programmes for endangered animals.
Animals at Whipsnade Zoo near Dunstable in Bedfordshire have been enjoying the wintery weather.Read the full story ›
Asian elephant Karishma is being trumpeted as a big star in the art world. One of her paintings has been put up for auction on eBay to raise money for conservation projects. The 14-year-old animal lives at Whipsnade Zoo near Dunstable in Bedfordshire. Previous works have raised £10,000.
Rare red panda twins born at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire have taken their very first peek outside.
The pair, named Yin and Yang, were born in June but have stayed in their nest for the last few months.
The Red Panda is listed as "vulnerable" and is thought to be under threat because of habitat loss in their native Nepal, with an estimated population of less than 10,000.
The 12 week old cubs are the second biggest ever litter of the endangered species to be born in the UK. They've been an instant hit with visitors at Whipsnade Zoo as Lauren Carter reports.
A litter of Northern cheetah cubs made their first public appearance at Whipsnade Zoo. The 12 week olds are the second litter of the endangered species to be born at the zoo