Thirty-six brightly coloured rhinos have been sold at auction for a grand total of £124,700. The sculptures, which have been on display around Southampton and at Marwell Zoo, raised between two and four thousand pounds each.
This years Marwell Wildlife's Photographer of the Year was a tough competition, with judges being spoilt for choice.
Tom Way's 'Kingfisher Diving' beat off the tough competition to take the award 'Adult Overall Winner".
As well as winning the title, he also won a trip to Sweden with professional photographer Nick Garbutt as well as a range of photography equipment.
Tom said, "Normally all you see of a kingfisher is a flash of blue along the river bank."
This year's 'Junior Overall Winner' was Emily Sweetenham with her incredible close up of a bee.
She said, "I called it The Apian Way because it shows bees at work. It's taken at a National Trust property in Stourhead."
Animal keepers at Marwell Zoo have announced the arrival of a female Hartmann’s zebra - the first for 16 years. This stripy long legged foal is now a week old and is an important animal for the future of the species.
The playful youngster was born overnight on Tuesday September 24 to first time parents Libra (Mum) and Gounzo (Dad). Keepers have named the little foal Luna, which follows a 'space' theme for Hoofstock baby names this year.
The lemurs at Marwell Zoo have been keeping cool with special iced treats. Look at those eyes!
Video. Dozens of rhinos are about to be released on to the streets of Southampton. Don't panic though, they're not real.
The sculptures are part of a project to highlight the threat faced by rhinos in the wild, as Martin Dowse explains.
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Dozens of rhinos are about to be released on to the streets of Southampton. Don't panic though, they're not real. The sculptures are part of a project to highlight the threat faced by rhinos in the wild.
Can you help name this baby giraffe? He's one of Hampshire's newest arrivals but he's lacking a moniker.
Visitors at Marwell wildlife park are being asked to help, by voting on what to call him.
The new arrival is mum Matilda's seventh calf and she is keeping a close eye on the youngster as he explores his new home.
The park’s giraffes have had a successful year of breeding with the arrival of Ruby a female giraffe in January and Olympia another female giraffe, being born in August.
The possible names for the baby giraffe, born a week ago, are:
Mosi (meaning 'seventh child'), Tumani (meaning 'hope'), Dubaku (meaning 'seventh child'), Ndwiga (Kikuyu origin meaning 'giraffe'), Nsoah (Akan origin meaning 'seventh born').
Cast your vote here.
Penguin World was originally opened in 1997 and following receipt of a generous donation from the Stainer Charitable Trust, they have given the home a £250,000 makeover. Penguin Cove will open at the end of May and visitors will be able to watch the charismatic birds explore their new home.