A gorilla at Bristol Zoo has been showered in edible gifts and a vegetable birthday cake to celebrate reaching the landmark age of 40.Read the full story ›
It's one of the oldest zoological parks in the world, and today marks the one hundred and eightieth birthday of Bristol Zoo.Read the full story ›
A baby gorilla born in a C-section operation at Bristol Zoo is now 20 weeks old and according to her keepers can be 'very stroppy'.Read the full story ›
A baby gorilla who was the first to be born by C-section in the UK is starting to make her way in the world of Bristol ZooRead the full story ›
This adorable calf may be little but she is already a big success - becoming the newest member of one of the rarest species in captivity.Read the full story ›
Lucy the African pancake tortoise may only be little but she's already attracting plenty of attention.Read the full story ›
A delivery arrives at Bristol Zoo unlike anything it's ever received before. Some new sharks are in town.Read the full story ›
An adorable baby gorilla born by emergency Caesarean section is doing "really well" and has even giggled for the first time, keepers say.Read the full story ›
A baby gorilla has been born by emergency C-section at Bristol Zoo. We look back at the 30 years of the Gorilla Breeding Programme.Read the full story ›
Bristol Zoo has released some charming footage of its new baby gorilla being looked after by her keeper.
Pictures courtesy Bristol Zoo Gardens
The baby girl weighed in at 2 lbs 10 oz and is thought to be the only gorilla surviving a C-section in the UK.
The little one has been separated from her mother Kena while she recovers from the procedure.