Olmoti the Eastern black rhino will move to Akagera National Park in RwandaRead the full story ›
The male panda cub was born in June at Flamingo Land but has only just started spending more time out of his nest box.Read the full story ›
Flamingo Land have announced their new arrival in the form of a rare Sumatran Tiger Cub.Read the full story ›
A baby giraffe, born just weeks ago in North Yorkshire, now has a name after members of the public were invited to make their suggestionsRead the full story ›
Two black rhinos have arrived at Flamingo Land in North Yorkshire. The mother and baby are joining the zoo from Zurich as part of an international breeding programme.
The black rhino is one of the 5 species of rhino, and despite its name is usually grey or brown.
Adult black rhinos can reach 1.4-1.8 m in height and 3-3.75m in length. On average they are around 1-1.5 tonnes and are capable of running speeds at around 30-35 mph.
The rhinos' horn is an important tool used for digging up roots and branches along with defence. It continues to grow as it is made of a protein called keratin, so the rhino files it by rubbing it against hard surfaces.
There was a festival atmosphere at Flamingo Land today as the brand new outdoor entertainment area got its first airing.
It wasn't just thrill-seekers who had their fill, but music-lovers and football fanatics too. Riverside One hosted tribute bands all day as well as showing the World Cup on the giant screen.
Director of Marketing, Sarah Mills said: "Visitors seem to really be enjoying the new Riverside One development. When they want a quick break from the theme park and zoo, there is now an ideal place to watch live entertainment whilst eating outside".
Flamingo Land will turn into Festival Land as the theme park opens the doors to its new arena this Saturday.
Construction workers at the North Yorkshire attraction have spent months building Riverside One - where visitors can listen to music alongside the lions and tigers - who are safely in their enclosures, of course.
As well as a medley of tribute acts, from Take That to the Jersey Boys, there will be a screening of the World Cup football games on the new giant screen.
Flamingo Land have welcomed a new arrival in the form of a camel calf.
The youngster was born last Thursday to mum Abi and dad Baxter, but has yet to be named.
The two-humped Bactrian camels which are critically endangered and found in the Gobi desert in Asia. Despite there being numerous domesticated camels, the Bactrian camel population is less than 1,000, with around 600 individuals in China and 350 in Mongolia.
A North Yorkshire theme park is showing off its latest animal attraction - a pair of red pandas. They are two of less than ten thousand in the world and it's hoped they will soon breed, as Helen Steel reports.
Leeds Utd players Michael Brown and Stephen Warnock admit their side is now in a relegation battle after a 2-1 home defeat to Derby that means they've now gone six games without a win.
Brown also said that he has yet to speak to Neil Warnock, who he also played for at Sheffield Utd, after Warnock's departure last night. Brown went on to say, "the players, like the fans, are speculating as to who will replace him as manager."