A zookeeper observing a praying mantis during an audit at London Zoo. This annual stocktake is conducted to collect and record information about the animals.
A keeper counts Humboldt Penguins during the stocktake. Last year, over 18,500 animals from a total of 712 species were counted, measured and weighed, according to the BBC’s report.
The critically endangered Sumatran Tiger is one of the species being counted.
A zookeeper counting meerkats. The information will be shared globally to help manage databases for endangered animals.
A zookeeper measures a snail on his forefinger.
A zookeeper counts camels at London Zoo. It usually takes a week to complete the annual stocktake.
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