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 ›
Zoo keepers at Chester Zoo have been getting into the Halloween spirit - creating pumpkin treats for a host of species.Read the full story ›
Chester Zoo has welcomed the birth of twin pygmy marmoset monkeys.Read the full story ›
Rare miniature wallabies are set to go on show at Chester Zoo.Read the full story ›
A new home's been created for some of the world's most endangered animals living here in the North West.
A multi-million pound sanctuary's been built at Chester Zoo to house a number of rare species including Malayan sunbears Milli and Toni.
Michael Worrall's been to visit.
The adorable pocket-sized pups, which are yet to be named or sexed, arrived to mum Daissie and dad Nungu on July 21st, weighing just 250g.Read the full story ›
A man who died after becoming trapped under a bus at Chester Zoo has been named locally as Wayne Lannon.Read the full story ›
Keepers at Chester Zoo are celebrating a very special arrival which took place as amazed visitors looked on.
They were fortunate to witness the birth of a critically endangered Bornean orangutan.
Staff are still to discover if it's a boy or a girl, but the zoo says the birth is a huge boost to conserving the species which faces an uncertain future in the wild.
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Chester Zoo is celebrating the birth of a critically endangered Bornean orangutan - the first to be born at the zoo in almost a decade.Read the full story ›
Chester Zoo's been named as the UK's most visited tourist attraction outside London.
It caps off a record breaking year for the zoo, which welcomed 1.9 million visitors - more than any other year in its 85-year history.
"Almost 1.9 million people visited us last year and every one of them played a key part in helping us protect endangered animals around the globe. We can't thank them enough.
"Visitors now are looking for more than just a day out. When people come to the zoo, not only do they have a great time but they are also making a difference and discovering how all of us, as individuals, can act for wildlife. We think this is key to our success."