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They may be small enough to sit comfortably on a pencil or fingertip, but Taronga Zoo’s new Veiled Chameleon hatchlings are already making a big impression.
It’s a boy! Taronga’s ungulate keepers are proud to announce our new Eastern Bongo calf born on 8 February is a healthy male.
For the last fortnight social media has been a flutter with one question – “is it blue and black, or white and gold”? And although the answer is clearly white and gold, regardless of what the original dress claims, this question has generated mass interest. This could partly be because we as humans are a very visual species. But how would the dress appear to a bird, for example the parrot family?
Taronga Conservation Society Australia’s first carbon off-set project will fund extensive forest regeneration in Western NSW in partnership with Woolworths, the Zoo’s Director, Cameron Kerr, said today.
Two Little Penguins from the famous Manly colony were released back into the wild today after being looked after at the WildlifeHospital while they underwent their yearly moult.
Don’t be surprised if on your next trip to Taronga you find yourself sharing a path with more than just keepers and other visitors!
Taronga Zoo is celebrating the arrival of an Eastern Bongo calf, one of rarest antelope species in the world.
Our Bird Show team is full of stars, but sadly today it is a little less bright as we say farewell to Howard the Barn Owl
Taronga’s vibrant Squirrel Monkey group has a new baby. Keen-eyed visitors can spot the tiny male holding on to mum, Lena, like a tiny furry backpack as she leaps around the exhibit.
Taronga’s primate keepers were very saddened to say goodbye to the Zoo’s much-loved Mueller’s Gibbon, Mary, today.