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Mr Munro the Fiordland Penguin
Mr Munro the Fiordland Penguin leaves his mark For The Wild.

In June 2012, we gathered prints from many of our animals, including Mr Munro the Fiordland Penguin,  and shared them in a public statement For The Wild.

We also invited staff, volunteers, celebrities and our visitors to pledge their support For The Wild by adding their own handprint alongside the prints of our animals.

Check out this time lapse video of our For The Wild wall taking shape with the help of Zoo visitors.

Celebrtities and Taronga staff showed their support

 Along with staff across the Zoos', celebrities and VIPS showed their support for what Taronga stands for.

 

What Taronga stands for

What Taronga stands for
For the Wild brings to life our vision of securing a shared future for wildlife and people, encapsulating everything that we do.

Taronga is committed to being For the Wild

Taronga is committed to being For the Wild
We are committed to creating a shared future for wildlife and people. Through our efforts we protect endangered species, increase understanding of wildlife and inspire community action. Our commitment to conservation extends beyond our Zoo boundaries and Australia, reaching continents around the globe.

Do your bit For The Wild

Do your bit For The Wild
There are lots of ways you can help share our love For The Wild and show your determination. Visit this page to find out simple actions you can take.