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Rise of the Dinosaurs

A visit to Marwell Zoo is a chance to get up close to the wonders of the natural world and help save them.

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help us name our amur leopard cub!

amur cubOur Amur leopard cub is out of her den and can now be seen exploring her new home and playing with mum!

This twelve-week-old leopard is an important addition to the European Endangered species breeding Programme (EEP).

Now we are asking the public to help us name our new arrival. Cast your vote here!

triple delight

meerkat pupIt's a triple delight for our meerkats as three little pups are born at the zoo.

The pups, which are three weeks old, have now ventured outside of their underground burrow and are busily exploring their new home.

rise of the dinosaurs

ParasaurolophusCome and see our dinosaurs before they go extinct!

Discover your own dinosaur in our fossil dig, enter our weekly #TRexSelfie competition, enjoy Velma our living Velociraptor in the Rise of the Dinosaur show and learn more about our prehistoric guests in our T.Rex Revealed talk.

Updated 19/08/14

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