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Taronga keepers are thrilled to welcome the birth of a bright orange female François’ Langer, one of the world’s rarest monkeys.
It is with great sadness we inform you that Patrick our Victoria Crowned Pigeon passed away last month due to age related illnesses.
A tiny Yellow-bellied Glider joey has found a surrogate mum at Taronga Zoo, after surviving a collision with a barbed-wire fence.
Taronga Zoo hosted its first Eid Festival over the weekend along with community partner Crescent Wealth, celebrating the Islamic festival that marks the end of the Ramadan fasting period by bringing families together to share feasting and fun.
Patrick, our Victoria Crowned Pigeon, turns a remarkable 37 years old today!
A young fur seal has been released back into the wild, less than two weeks after being rescued from Sydney’s wild storms.
Over 820 Northern Beaches students today celebrated 10 years of caring for Little Penguins through the Zoo’s Project Penguin program.
Taronga visitors will join a very select group of Australians who’ve seen a flock of rare Regent Honeyeaters when they visit the Zoo this July School Holidays.
He may be small enough to climb along a keeper’s arm, but Taronga Zoo’s newest Yellow-bellied Glider joey is preparing to play a big role in protecting his vulnerable species.
Describing a Binturong can be a challenge – they are a tree dwelling, fruit eater with a prehensile tail, long shaggy fur, and nocturnal habits. They also happen to smell like popcorn!

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