The new arrival at Chester Zoo is a member of the world's smallest bear species and weighed just 400 grams at birth.Read the full story ›
Hand-feeding young flamingos is a really intricate and demanding challenge, but these chicks will form part of an important breeding colony.Read the full story ›
A one-week-old rhino calf born in front of astonished onlookers has ventured outside to play for the first time. Adorable footage shows the calf rolling and frolicking in sand under the watchful eye of doting mum, Malindi.
With just 650 of these rhinos left on the planet, this little guy is a very important new addition to the breeding programme working to prevent their extinction.
WATCH: Here comes the sun - tiny sun bear is born at Chester ZooRead the full story ›
A series of outdoor creations will form Chester Zoo's first ever large-scale gardens and science festival this summer.Read the full story ›
A breed of kangaroo at serious risk of extinction has arrived in Chester for the first time. Sangria is a Goodfellow’s tree kangaroo.Read the full story ›
A clutch of rare baby ‘forest dragons’ hatched at Chester Zoo – helping to uncover more about one of the world’s least understood reptiles.Read the full story ›
The zoo’s rare newborn Sumatran orangutan has been named Kesuma, which means ‘flower’ in Indonesia.Read the full story ›
Chester Zoo has celebrated a vast array of births in 2017 after an impressive baby boom of some of the rarest animals on the planet.Read the full story ›
Conservationists at Chester Zoo have successfully bred one of the world’s rarest amphibians in a bid to save it from extinction.Read the full story ›