Conservation Science: Preventing Extinction
Come and meet our conservation scientists and discover how we use endocrinology to breed Black rhinos; genetics to mitigate human wildlife conflict for those living with tigers; and microchip scanners to monitor small, shy and secretive dormouse populations.
Chester Zoo is a registered conservation and education charity that supports projects around the world and closer to home in Cheshire. Welcoming 1.9 million visitors a year, it is the most visited zoo in the UK; home to over 21,000 animals and more than 500 different species, many of which are endangered in the wild
Through its wildlife conservation campaign, Act for Wildlife, the zoo is helping to save highly threatened species around the world from extinction. Find out more at www.actforwildlife.org.uk