It's that time of year again when we get news of baby greater bamboo lemurs from across our rainforest sites in Madagascar. It's still early days so no final figures, but 79 babies have so far been reported, and amazingly the "super-group" at...Read More
After 20 years of local extinction, a lone spotted hyena has been caught on camera trap, stalking through the forests of the Bateke Plateau National Park - site of The Aspinall Foundation's flagship conservation project.Read More
Our two cheetah cubs, Nairo and Tana, born last year, are getting braver every week. They are both doing well and growing fast. They have just been given their worming tablets, necessary to keep parasites at bay which can be especially prevalent...Read More
If you’re looking for something exciting to occupy the kids why not introduce them to a gorilla? Perhaps let them feed a tiger?Read More
For many years Howletts and Port Lympne have been lucky enough to house many Javan gibbons. In the vet department we have known for years that nearly all the Javan gibbons in our collections were positive for Hepatitis B. Hepatitis B is a very...