Month: November 2019

One of the most threatened antelopes in the world, the scimitar-horned oryx, has been born here at Marwell.

November 25, 2019

The female calf named Belle by keepers was born on 27 October and brings the total count to three calves born at Marwell in 2019 alone. The once abundant scimitar-horned […]

We sadly announce the death of our cheetah and scimitar-horned oryx calf

November 25, 2019

Earlier this month we announced the sad death of one of our cheetahs, Jabal, as well as our youngest scimitar-horned oryx calf, Belle. Jabal the cheetah Jabal was born on 24 […]

We support Sustainable Palm Oil

November 15, 2019

The conservation organisations listed below are committed to driving the palm oil industry in the right direction, and support a move to sustainable palm oil and not a blanket boycott.  […]

November’s Animal news

November 15, 2019

We have new arrivals and a sad update. NEW Species! We have some new arrivals settling in behind the scenes that you’ll be able to spot soon… Three male long-nosed […]

Marwell Zoo announces sad loss of our founder Dr John Knowles OBE

November 3, 2019

John Knowles founded Marwell Zoo out of his dream to create Britain’s first zoological collection specifically for the breeding of endangered animal species. On 29 September 1969 he purchased Marwell […]