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Published on 19th November 2019

Baby Boom at Twycross Zoo!

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Family In Tunnel 2

Published on 19th September 2019

Twycross Zoo named as one of the fastest growing Zoo and Wildlife attractions by Visit England

We have fantastic news! After an incredible 12 months we've been named in Visit England’s official statistics as one of the fastest growing zoo and wildlife attraction in the England!

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Published on 5th August 2019

Twycross Zoo welcomes endangered beautiful baby bonobo!

As the only zoo in the UK to care for and breed bonobos, this latest little arrival is a very special birth for Twycross, being only the 4th bonobo born in a zoo over the past 12 months.

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Tiger Territory36

Published on 31st July 2019

Twycross Zoo urges travellers to boycott inhumane animal activities on their Summer Holidays

With UK schools broken up for the summer holidays, airports across the UK are preparing for the busy Summer of travel.

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Tiger – Looking away

Published on 27th June 2019

A pair of pawfect Sumatran tigers arrive safe and sound at Twycross Zoo

After travelling over 700 miles via road and sea from France, our newest residents, critically endangered Sumatran tigers Jahly and Sialang, have arrived safely. 

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Jahly v2

Published on 17th June 2019

Twycross Zoo announces the return of critically endangered Sumatran tigers for Summer 2019

We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of two ‘roarsome’ new residents, Jahly and Sialang, a pair of critically endangered Sumatran tigers – and visitors can meet them from Saturday 13th July, the start of the Summer Holidays!

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Mobile phones

Published on 4th June 2019

One thing you can do to look after our planet | World Environment Day

Have you ever thought about what your smart phone is made of? Over 25 years ago hardly anyone owned a mobile phone, now it is estimated that more than 5 billion people in the world have mobile devices.

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Kristen the Amur Leopard

Published on 17th May 2019

Twycross Zoo make their mark on Endangered Species Day with success of conserving one of the world’s rarest big cats

On Endangered Species Day (17th May), Twycross Zoo is celebrating the vital conservation work that has resulted in the birth of four Amur leopard cubs at the zoo over the past ten years.

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