Paignton Zoo is celebrating the birth of a mandrill, an endangered primate
Paignton Zoo is to celebrate its connection to tree expert John Davey as it begins the process of evaluating its own trees
Paignton Zoo is celebrating the birth of a mandrill, the first at the zoo in five years. Mandrills are endangered primates from west Africa
Paignton Zoo is calling for people to help name name a red panda on eBay. People can bid for the right to select a winner from a shortlist of names.
Paignton Zoo’s African elephant Duchess is to have an operation to remove an eye.
Paignton Zoo Environmental Park has given 9,999 Euros to the Ape Campaign 2011. The campaign, run by EAZA, the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria, aims to raise one million Euros for global ape conservation.
Businesses in Paignton that want to safeguard the health and well-being of their staff are being urged to take advantage of a St John Ambulance training centre on their doorstep – and help support the work of the charity in the town.
Paington Zoo’s 40-year-old African elephant Duchess, who sufferes from cataracts had an ultrasound eye check up
Paignton Zoo Environmental Park is on the look out for long-long plants cultivated by its founder Herbert Whitely, who was fascinated with breeding the colour blue in everything. The apple goes out on Plant Conservation Day
Paignton Zoo has announced that its male Nile crocodile was found dead in its pool on the morning of Wednesday, April 6. The 35 year old, which was around 3 metres in length and weighed almost a tonne, was found by keepers on their routine early morning rounds.