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Taronga Zoo is home to three beautiful Eastern Bongo (also known as Mountain Bongo), the youngest of which has recently become a fully fledged member of Taronga.
Come on a wild adventure these school holidays with a new gorilla baby, two chimpanzee babies, the exciting Dinosaur Trail to explore and Taronga’s Wild Ropes course due to open in December.
Keen-eyed visitors may be fortunate enough to spot a juvenile Eclectus Parrot in the Rainforest Aviary. Hatched mid-August the young female is now fully fledged and can be seen flying around the walk-through aviary.
Taronga Zoo is celebrating its first successful birth of a Ghost Bat pup in 15 years.
What!?!? I'm not playing...I'm testing the fun factor. Wind-Up Dinosaur toys are always fun...especially to race.
The Chimpanzee Sanctuary here at Taronga Zoo is becoming something that closely resembles a day-care centre.
Macca and Chuck
We have just begun a big season of bird breeding at Taronga Zoo, with many of our species starting to reproduce at this time of year.
Dinosaurs are classified as reptiles, but they have many features that are not found in any living reptile today!
Two orphaned Swamp Wallaby joeys could soon become playmates, after being rescued from the roadside and hand-raised at Taronga Zoo.