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Taronga Zoo primate keepers watched early one morning last week as the newest member of the Zoo’s renowned Chimpanzee group was born to mother, Kuma.
Food is a way to a gorilla’s heart and it doesn't matter what age you are.... Kipenzi, our youngest gorilla, is not only finding her independence and giving Kriba her mother a little more exercise around the exhibit these days, but she is really starting to find her way around the food we provide on a daily basis.
We had a delightful sight on the morning of Tuesday 14 May 2013, when we arrived at work to find a little male White Rhino calf in the night yards with his mother Mopani. It was clear the calf was only hours old as he was still a little wobbly on his feet.
Staff at Taronga Western Plains Zoo are thrilled and delighted by the birth of a male White Rhino calf in the early hours of Tuesday 14 May 2013.
Taronga’s Tasmanian Devil Keepers got their first hands-on check today of three little Tasmanian Devil joeys, the first to be born at Taronga this breeding season.
It’s only the first day of Spring, but keepers across the Zoo are already welcoming new arrivals! Along with a Francois Leaf-monkey infant that was born in late August, keepers are also flat out caring for orphaned joeys which arrived at Taronga’s Wildlife Hospital.
Our Australian wildlife keepers have proudly announced a very special new arrival, a Glossy Black Cockatoo chick.
The youngest member of our Gorilla group, Kipenzi, is doing well and at only six weeks old, is growing fast.