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When we last checked in with our Andean Condor chick, she weighed 3600 grams at just under two months. Now after three months, she is an incredible 6280 grams!
The final chick for Taronga Zoo’s 2013-2014 Little Penguin breeding season is in our crèche learning to hand feed, making a total of 20 for the season!
Environment Minister Robyn Parker and Dubbo MP Troy Grant today congratulated Taronga and Taronga Western Plains Zoos’ for their wins at the Australian Tourism Awards.
He may be missing an eye, but that hasn’t hurt Tortuga’s appeal with zoo visitors.
Environment Minister Robyn Parker today announced the launch of the Wild Rhino’s project at the Sydney Opera House.
As Piglet from ‘Winnie the Pooh’ once said, “It’s hard to be brave when you’re only a very small animal”. But every chick, no matter how big or small, eventually has to leave the nest and for our yet-to-be-named Andean Condor chick, it appears that time is now.
There’s been no shortage of activity and excitement in Taronga Zoo’s Chimpanzee Sanctuary over the past few weeks.
Taronga Zoo’s Bird Keepers are celebrating the hatching of a very precious Andean Condor chick.
Taronga Zoo has become a hugely popular vantage point to view Sydney’s spectacular New Year’s Eve fireworks, but many visitors ask what happens to our animals during the celebrations.
Our baby chimp has a name! We welcome ‘Fumo’ to our chimpanzee community. As the weeks pass, he is growing steadily bigger and stronger and becoming increasingly familiar with the sights, sounds and smells of the Chimpanzee Sanctuary here at Taronga Zoo.

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