Keepers at Bristol Zoo say it has only recently become apparent that the young gorilla is a female.Read the full story ›
Afia, a western lowland gorilla, is now fully integrated into her primate family after being hand-reared by zookeepers in Bristol.Read the full story ›
Mike is a 20-year-old Aldabra giant tortoise, weighing 83kg and joins the Zoo’s other tortoises Helen, Twiggy and Biggie.Read the full story ›
On of Bristol Zoo's most celebrated residents turns 10 today. Touni the gorilla first arrived at the zoo from France two years ago.Read the full story ›
Christmas has come early for some of the animals at Bristol Zoo as Santa paid an early visit to hand out presents filled with tasty treats.
The Zoo’s crowned lemurs, penguins and raccoons were given stockings and presents full of their favourite foods – fresh vegetables for the lemurs, fish for the penguins and meal worms for the meerkats.
The stockings and presents are more than just festive decoration as they are also a great form of enrichment, helping to keep the animals interested and active because they have to hunt and forage for their food, making dinnertime a little bit more exciting.
Western Lowland gorilla Salome was found this morning in the gorilla house by her keepers.Read the full story ›
Six of the small marsupials have been born in the 180-year-old Zoo’s Twilight World and keepers say they are thrilled.Read the full story ›
The zoo says it believes it is the first in Europe to have successfully bred keeled box turtles.Read the full story ›
Thousands of baby spiders have hatched at Bristol Zoo as part of a world first breeding programme to save the critically endangered species.Read the full story ›
Keepers at Bristol Zoo Gardens asked members of the public to vote for three names, all inspired by the name Daisy.Read the full story ›