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AN UNDER-THREAT baby tapir has been born at Edinburgh Zoo, much to the delight of keepers.
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THE chairman of Edinburgh Zoo has quit amid bitter infighting just days after refusing to step down despite a vote of no-confidence.
THE beleaguered chairman of Edinburgh Zoo is refusing to stand down immediately in the wake of a damning vote of no confidence at a crisis meeting of members.
THE Zoo has finally found a replacement for former chief executive David Windmill, but the attraction is not ready to announce the appointment, it was reported today.
THE chairman of Edinburgh Zoo operator the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) has been told he will have to quit his post as it was revealed that a new chief executive for the zoo had still not been appointed.
THE BOSS of crisis-hit Edinburgh zoo has insisted the attraction has a "bright future" as suspended director Gary Wilson prepares to return to his post.
A SENIOR zoo official who was suspended from his post following anonymous allegations is to return to work after he was cleared of any wrongdoing.
A MOTHER has told how she feared for her daughter's life after the four-year-old fell into an animal enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo.
Is history about to repeat itself at crisis-hit Edinburgh Zoo, asks John Barrett
A TEENAGER suffering from cancer was barred from visiting Edinburgh Zoo because she was dressed as an Easter bunny.
Design agency 442 has completed the first part of a contract to beef up catering at Edinburgh Zoo.
MERCEDES, the polar bear who attracted millions of visitors to Edinburgh Zoo, has been put down after suffering health problems, her keepers said today.
MERCEDES the polar bear could be honoured at Edinburgh Zoo, it emerged today.
MERCEDES the polar bear has been put down after suffering health problems, zoo keepers said today.
Edinburgh Zoo has seen its visitor numbers slump by more than 90,000, despite a bumper year for rival leading attractions.
VISITOR numbers at Edinburgh Zoo have slumped by more than 90,000 despite a bumper year for other leading attractions.
BOSSES at Edinburgh Zoo have insisted a deal to bring two pandas to the city is not in danger of collapsing - despite the suspension of two senior executives and the sacking of another.
A PANDA expert has warned that the management crisis at Edinburgh Zoo could jeopardise a deal struck with China to bring two of the endangered species to Scotland.
Edinburgh Zoo has introduced a new feature to their "penguin cam" - a counter to show how many eggs they have laid.