Though this is all fun and games, it’s no joke that we need to act now to save endangered species around the world.
Twycross Zoo is proud to be working at the forefront of conservation, helping to protect and preserve species both here at the zoo and around the world, through in-situ conservation projects; but we cannot do it without your continued support.
As a registered charity, we rely on visitors and donations to fund our work to support and save these beautiful creatures. We would be truly grateful if you can support us with a donation, or visit to Twycross Zoo.
Though nobody wants to smell like a chimpanzee or a rhino… we all want to save them from extinction, right?
The Sumatran tiger is a critically endangered species. As many parts of the Indonesian jungle are becoming destroyed, the species is struggling to survive in it's natural habitat
Twycross Zoo is proud to be the only zoo in the UK home to all four great apes. Sadly, all four species are either endangered or critically endangered. This is due to human caused factors including habitat destruction, poaching and the illegal pet trade.
The Eastern black rhino is critically endangered and primarily threatened by human poaching. The Western black rhino subspecies is already extinct.
There are less than one hundred Amur leopards remaining in the wild. This is the most endangered big cat on the planet right now. Twycross Zoo has supported the species with numerous contributions to a successful international breeding programme.
Every visit to the zoo supports us as a charity. Discover more about these amazing species and important topics on your next day out at Twycross Zoo and know you’re making a difference. The money from your ticket goes back into our work to support endangered species, both at Twycross Zoo and around the world.