The annual check has to be done by all zoos as a licensing requirement. At Newquay Zoo they have to keep track of more than 1,300 animals.Read the full story ›
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 ›