Baby elephant cools down in the warm weather
A pair of African black-footed chicks are being hand-reared by staff at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire
Whipsnade welcomes newborn giraffe
If you struggle to get yourself onto the scales, then spare a thought for the keepers at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire.
They begin their annual weigh-in today which involves weighing and measuring each animal.... all 2,500 of them!
Slow traffic on A5 Southbound between B4540 Lynch Hill and M1 J9 (Redbourn).
An elephant has been showing off her artistic skills at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire. 14-year-old Asian elephant Karishma uses a paintbrush held in her trunk to decorate a wooden elephant-shaped panel.
Karishma's works of art will be on display at the zoo during Elephant Appreciation Weekend on September 22 and 23, alongside nine wooden elephants which have been created and decorated by students from Central Bedfordshire College to represent each of Whipsnade's nine elephants.
Elephant keeper Elizabeth Callaghan says it demonstrates just how dexterous elephant's trunks really are.
A baby hippo has had her debut dip in public at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire. Ten-month-old Hula was the first Common Hippo born at the zoo in six years.
Hula weighed a hefty six stone (40kg) when she was born last September after a 240-day gestation period and will one day weigh approximately 220 stone (1,400kg) when she is fully grown, and reach up to 1.6 metres in height.
Staff at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire are celebrating the arrival of two new moose calves.
Toffee and Caramel are already running around and taking in their new surroundings.
The duo are members of the European moose family. Once fully grown they will be more than six fet (two metres) tall.