The charity has offered up its car park to NHS key workers and sent packages of perishable food from its Restaurant to nearby hospitals.Read the full story ›
When Rainbow was just an egg her mother stepped on her, leaving many at London Zoo to fear she would not survive.Read the full story ›
Children "spat at animals" and left a fellow pupil unconscious during a chaotic school outing to London zoo.Read the full story ›
A new temple-theme lion exhibit has opened to the public at London Zoo after it was opened by Queen.Read the full story ›
'Land of the Lions' opens at ZSL London Zoo this Easter Friday.
Home to a pride of endangered Asiatic lions, the £5.2m Land of the Lions features a 'windowless-view' of the big cat's enclosure.
Keepers have the celebrating the arrival of the western lowland gorilla to 22-year-old mother Effie in captivity at the zoo.Read the full story ›
London Zoo is welcoming a new troupe of ring-tailed lemurs. Visitors will be able to walk through the enclosure and watch them up close. The animals are classified as endangered and the zoo wants to provide an insight into the threats they face in the wild.
Caring for more than 750 different species, ZSL London Zoo's keepers have the huge task of counting every single animal today.Read the full story ›
Zaire the gorilla, who turned 40 yesterday, was treated to a birthday cake made by Great British Bake Off runner-up Richard Burr.
The birthday girl looked like she was enjoying the treat in her enclosure at London Zoo.
The 2014 contestant, who won the 'star baker' title five times on the show, said it was a "tough challenge baking a cake for a gorilla".
"It's got grated carrot and parsnips, all sorts of things Zaire likes. I think i've managed to fit her daily diet into this cake," he said.
London Zoo has welcomed a new attraction - a six-month old kinkajou. Forrest, as he's been named, was hand-reared in Scotland but has now moved into the zoo in Regent's Park.
Kinkajous live in tropical rainforests and are omnivores. His new keepers are feeding him figs and peaches to make him feel at home.
Kinkajous drink nectar from plants which they extract using their long tongues. They also have long tails which they use to hang from trees.
The zoo has released a video explaining about Forrest: