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Keepers have stepped in to hand raised a male Addax calf after its mother became ill and subsequently passed away after giving birth.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo has welcomed three Cheetah cubs born in the early hours of 25 October 2013.
Students from Orana Heights Public School in Dubbo are wild for Rhinos and have been busy decorating their rhino sculpture ready for the trail!
Spring has sprung at Taronga Western Plains Zoo and many tiny faces are starting to emerge from deep within the pouches of their mothers.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital is currently caring for three Emu chicks which were found orphaned in the wild.
Students at St Pius X Primary School went wild recently, dressing up as animals all in the name of raising funds for Rhino conservation.
NJ the Galapagos Tortoise hatchling has been growing steadily over past three years.
In October, four Tasmanian Devils from Taronga Western Plains Zoo were transferred to their new home at San Diego Zoo in the United States.
Iconic Sydney artist, Ken Done, today painted life-size Black Rhino sculpture live in his Rocks Gallery to help Taronga Zoo save wild rhinoceros.
The male Red-necked Wallaby, Walter, is now about eight months old and is regularly spotted poking his head out of his mum’s pouch.

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