Keepers at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Wraxall, near Bristol, say Madidi and Rasu have hit it off and they're hopeful there will soon be cubsRead the full story ›
Staff at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm had to call in an expert after Toby the Tapir cracked his toothRead the full story ›
Noah's Ark Farm Zoo at Wraxall has taken on a 26-year-old African Bull Elephant to act as mentor to its two younger bullsRead the full story ›
Friends are being made at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Bristol as Gus the giraffe and Zebedee the Zebra get to know each other.Read the full story ›
Keepers at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Somerset have captured the birth of their latest baby on camera - a giraffe calf called GusRead the full story ›
A curious baby wallaby has been spotted peering out at the world for the first time from the security of his mums pouch at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm in Bristol.
The 7 month old joey, seemingly enjoying the warmer March weather as spring approaches, is fast becoming a popular spot for staff and public at the 100 acre animal park, all hopeful of a glimpse of the cute Australian mammal.
Born to parents Wendy and Winston, this is the first joey the pair have had at the zoo. Mum and dad joined the park in 2009 and are part of a 4 strong group including their recent addition.
Visitors should be able to see the joey more frequently as the weather continues to get warmer and will soon see it bounding around the field with mum. Keepers will be able to name the new arrival as soon he it emerges properly from pouch and they can determine the sex.
Two Andean ‘Spectacled’ bears at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm in Wraxall are enjoying relaxing in new hammocks made from recycled fire hoseRead the full story ›
Two popular loved-up rhinos in Bristol may finally produce the patter of not-so-tiny feet, helped by cutting-edge reproductive science.Read the full story ›
African elephants and Bengal tigers are making the most of recycled Christmas trees at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm in Bristol.Read the full story ›
A new arrival at a zoo in North Somerset has caused a lot of excitement. That's because he's bigger than most.
Getting Janu the African bull elephant into his new home at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm involved a lorry, a crane, some hefty chains and plenty of carrots for encouragement.