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They arrived at Taronga Wildlife Hospital separately, but two Little Penguins are preparing to return to the wild together this week.
Taronga Zoo has recently received 12 female Squirrel Monkeys from a Zoo in France.
Keepers carried out a full census of Taronga’s feathertail glider collection last month and were delighted to see our successful breeding colony is going strong!
Taronga Zoo is celebrating the successful birth of its first Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroo joey in more than 20 years. The female joey was born in September last year, but keepers have only just begun seeing her tiny head peeking out from first-time mother, Qwikila’s, pouch.
This week will see a fur seal invasion of Taronga’s Great Southern Oceans’ Seal Cove exhibit!
Taronga Zoo is delighted to be included in the itinerary for the forthcoming Australian tour of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
While you’re out and about you may notice that some of Taronga’s Wild! Rhinos may have apparently wandered away from their locations.
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.

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