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“Every animal birth is important to us, but gorillas are a firm favourite with many of our visitors and are an integral part of Bristol Zoo.”

Bristol Zoo is celebrating the birth of the first sloth at the attraction in almost a decade.

First baby sloth in nearly a decade born at Bristol Zoo

Photos of tiny baby gorilla released as Bristol Zoo set to reopen

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Photos of tiny baby gorilla released as Bristol Zoo set to reopen

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Four-month-old baby gorilla holds tight to mum ahead of Bristol Zoo reopening next week

Meet this adorable baby Gorilla at Bristol Zoo Gardens 😍🦍 Here are the best pictures of the day 👇📷

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"It appears that the fright caused the animal to bolt and she collided with the boundary of the enclosure," the zoo in Bristol, England, said in a statement, adding that an autopsy revealed that the sudden impact caused the animal's "immediate death."

A Bristol Zoo is calling for people to consider alternatives to fireworks after a baby zebra died after getting spooked and bolting into a fence

Staffers at the UK's Bristol Zoo are taking care of this newborn western lowland gorilla around the clock after his mother struggled to feed him. Zoo staff is also making sure gorillas continue to see him and smell him so he is accepted into the family 🦍

"It is so lovely that she was able to give birth naturally and baby and mum are really well" Gorilla born at Bristol Zoo 🦍😍

Baby gorilla arrives at Bristol Zoo a year after mother Kala lost first born

The Earl of Wessex is Patron of Bristol Zoological Society- a conservation and education charity, which runs and operates Bristol Zoo Gardens and the @wild_place  Project. In 2016 at @BristolZooGdns  , the family met meerkats!

A leaf-cutter ant carries a rose petal, cut into a miniature heart shape for #ValentinesDay  by zoo employees, back to its nest at Bristol Zoo 📸: @BenBirchallUK  @PA / @AP 

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Meerkats hogging the limelight at Bristol Zoo. ( Picture by praise-winning photographer Pat Wade )

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