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Meerkats are social animals that are very resourceful and family-orientated, as long as you know your place in the hierarchy.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo has won the Inland NSW Tourism Award for best tourist attraction at the awards ceremony held in Moree on Saturday 27 July 2013.
Monday 29 July 2013 is Global Tiger Day and helps draw attention to the plight of these animals in the wild
Schools have a unique opportunity to decorate a baby Black Rhino sculpture as part of the Zoos’ Wild! Rhinos conservation art project.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Project Water Rat is came to an end for 2013 with the students coming together at the Zoo for an expo to showcase their projects and to share their knowledge and learnings with each other and the community.
Taronga Zoo is delighted that a Bilby sponsorship was given to Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge to celebrate the birth of their son.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is calling for local artists to join the charge and submit a creative design for one of 75 Wild! Rhino sculptures that will feature across Sydney and the local region from February - April 2014.
Our two Giraffe calves are the continuing to flourish and really finding their feet as part of the herd.
At just over one year old, Lima the Siamang Ape is becoming quite independent for his age.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s baby boom continues with the birth of a female Zebra foal on the morning of Tuesday 2 July 2013.