The new arrival at Newquay Zoo who's set to spend the next three months clinging to mum's backRead the full story ›
Newquay Zoo is celebrating the birth of a rare crowned lemur. It's not known whether its a boy or a girl but it certainly is very cute.Read the full story ›
After months of searching for a potential partner, keepers have found a mate for Germaine on the international zoological dating agency.Read the full story ›
The pups were born in early July but have been keeping a 'low profile', say keepers.Read the full story ›
Zoo keepers suspected the arrival of the twins after mum Kicsi didn't appear at feeding time and they have now caught the pair on cameraRead the full story ›
The Cornish charity zoo is one of only five collections where Javan green magpies can be seen, making them the rarest species at the zoo.Read the full story ›
Newquay Zoo is celebrating the birth of one of the most endangered deer in the world.Read the full story ›
Twin ring-tailed lemurs have been born at Newquay Zoo in Cornwall.
The pups often cling to their mother, Jill, for safety and protection after being born less than a month ago.
The animals - which are native to Madagascar - have joined their parents and five others at the zoo.
A baby male crowned lemur - named Lakobee - is the newest arrival at Newquay Zoo and was born at the end of June.Read the full story ›
Keepers at Newquay Zoo are bidding a fond farewell to their beloved baby red panda.
Eight-month-old Hu, who was born at the zoo in November, is to go to Bojnice Zoo in Slovakia where he will join conservation efforts to save his species from extinction, staff say.
The red panda’s status on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species has been classified as “endangered. It's hoped that Hu will become part of a breeding pair.
Hu was the first red panda that we have bred at Newquay Zoo and we were delighted when he was born, but we are even more pleased that he will now go on to hopefully become a father to his own offspring.