One of the last remaining PG Tips chimpanzees has died at Twycross Zoo.Read the full story ›
A new gibbon forest has opened at Twycross Zoo in Leicestershire. The two million pound enclosure is now ten times bigger and is one of the largest in Europe and is ten times bigger than their previous enclosure.
The development marks the latest phase in the zoo's £55m investment programme.
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Keepers who care for the great apes have drawn up a shortlist of names for an online vote which opens todayRead the full story ›
There's been a new arrival in the ape enclosure at Twycross Zoo just in time for the summer holidays - a baby Bonobo.
And because Bonobos are an endangered species, it's been causing quite a stir. Georgia Arlott joined families across the Midlands who're hoping to catch a glimpse of the newborn,
Three black and white ruffed lemurs at Twycross Zoo have been born at Twycross Zoo.Read the full story ›
Twycross Zoo on the Warwickshire/Leicestershire border has announced a £55 million development.
A new giraffe area, an island complex for gibbons, a children's water-play area, an extension to the orangutan house and a new cafe are all part of the development.
Work is due to start this year.
Vets at Twycross Zoo have become the first in the world to record the heart rate of a chimpanzee without the need for a general anaesthetic.
They say it will give more accurate readings which could help them treat heart disease which is a growing problem.
Rajiv Popat reports.
People with red hair are to get free entry at Twycross Zoo in Warwickshire today, to celebrate World Orangutan Day.
The number of the endangered species left in the wild has declined by half in the past 60 years.
Twycross is the only zoo in the UK to have all four types of Great Ape, part of that selection being 4 Bornean orangutans - one male, and three female, including a three-year-old.
CCTV has been released by Twycross Zoo of two of the world's most endangered big cats.
Video courtesy of Twycross Zoo.
Amur leopards live in China and south-eastern Russia.
With fewer than 50 of the cats left in the wild, the new arrivals form part of a conservation effort to save the species from extinction.