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Chatter box To mark the centenary of World War One, ZSL London Zoo will be launching guided tours, to provide an insight into the history of the world's oldest scientific zoo. The tour will take guests on a trip from the beginnings of the Zoological Gardens in 1826, through its 188-year history, featuring figures such as Charles Darwin and Winnie the Pooh, to the modern day.

The 45 minute tours will be open to the public and take place from April to November 2014, on the last Friday and Saturday of every month. To book a tour visit www.zsl.org or call 0844 414 5728.

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Elephant sanctuary to build cat and dog clinic

An elephant sanctuary in Thailand has started building work on a new cat and dog veterinary clinic.

Large numbers of cats and dogs are regularly taken to the Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary (BLES) in Sukhothai for treatment. The charity proposed to build a clinic to provide life-saving veterinary care, as well as assist with general first aid and routine medical care for elephants in the area.

The project was chosen as the first ever winner of the WVS Animal Champions Award, a drive to support charities tackling a welfare project of their choice.

Funding awarded to the project will cover the cost of building the new clinic. A WVS veterinary team will also travel to Thailand and help with the first spay/neuter project for cats and dogs. The BLES Cats and Dogs Home Clinic is due to be unveiled on World Veterinary Day on April 26.


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