All the latest news and events from Exmoor Zoo
Did you know a female dingo is called a tingo?
Dingos are thought to have been introduced from Southeast Asia nearly 4000 years ago to Australia by seafarers (although some DNA evidence from living … more
A cute and rather podgy maned wold puppyhas been born here at the zoo on the 13th of April 2023. This is the first baby after 16 years of caring for this species on behalf of the European breeding … more
During this spring of 2022 Dragonfly films have been visiting the zoo collecting video footage of our Exmoor Beast. They have just released their new film on Vimeo entitled Panthera Britannia which … more
Bush dog puppies 25.07.2022
Our bush dogs have been carefully hiding their current litter of puppies! Underground in amongst the dense bamboo in their enclosure the following video clip was snapped … more
Rare dinosaur bird 17.06.2022
“Abou” an extremely rare “dinosaur bird” is on exhibit for the first time in a UK zoo! Born and bred in Pairi Daiza Zoo in Belgium “Abou” is a shoebill that looks … more
A NEW SPLASH OF RARE VINEGAR ARRIVES
One of the world’s rarest and least known about dogs is born at Exmoor Zoo. Vinegar dogs or Bush dogs are originally from the depths of the Amazon rainforest … more
“Elephants at the Zoo? Really???”
“Afrotherians rock the zoo!” “Meet an animal that is more African than a Zebra or a lion”!!
Exmoor zoo has some unusual and often weird creatures on exhibit! Just … more
“The USA miners cat comes to the UK!”
Exmoor zoo is unique amongst many UK zoos - here is just one reason why! These beautiful little animals are the first pair to be on exhibit in a zoo outside of … more
“Tree dwelling cats at the zoo”
Are cats ground hunters or do they live in trees? If they really are tree dwellers then out of all the cats in the world the margay is perhaps the best suited for the … more
“Caracals take a leap into securing their future”!
A good zoo should conserve. Whenever possible conserving a species will mean breeding. Exmoor zoo has just managed to pair their male caracal “Yoda” … more