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A juvenile Squirrel Glider named Maluka is helping Taronga tell the story of surviving Squirrel Gliders around Newport – Barrenjoey. Maluka, which means Boss Man, is now playing a vital role as an ambassador for his species at the Zoo’s Education Centre after being hand-raised for three months by keeper, Jen Tate.
Simon Reeve at Taronga's Wild! Rhinos auction
A herd of 45 brightly-coloured rhino sculptures went under the auctioneer’s hammer last night, raising more than $460,000 for Taronga Zoo’s rhino breeding and field conservation programs.
Taronga's Andean Condor chick ventures out on display
It’s been six months in the making, but our Andean Condor chick has finally started to join proud parents, Bruce and Connie on display.
One of Taronga's new flower-loving Cotton-top Tamarins
Taronga Zoo has welcomed a new family of flower-loving, bug-munching Cotton-top Tamarins, which are helping to educate tour groups about illegal wildlife trade and the plight of their critically endangered species.
Children from KU Petersham Preschool with their Wild! Rhinos classroom display
Taronga’s Wild! Rhinos project has generated plenty of interest – and some amazing artworks – from the children at KU Petersham Preschool.
Birubi practicing his wrestling skills
Birubi is one of Taronga’s young male Red Kangaroos – and he’s growing up fast!
Sydney, Taronga's new Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat joey
Taronga Zoo is celebrating the arrival of its second Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat joey in three years, a breeding success story that could also help the critically endangered Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat.
Taronga's much-loved chimpanzee, Lulu
Lulu led a fascinating and globetrotting life.
New Zealand Fur-seal, Ronnie
A common question asked of Taronga’s Marine Mammal keepers is: “How long does it take to train a seal for the seal show?” The answer is not a simple one, but New Zealand Fur-seal, Ronnie, is a good example of how it works.
An initial investigation by NSW Fire Service and Police into a fire that occurred in a lunch room at Taronga Zoo this week assessed that the cause could have been a toaster plugged into a possibly faulty circuit. Initial concerns that there may have been asbestos contained in the roof of the structure were unfounded, as subsequent testing by independent specialists found no asbestos in various samples from the building.

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