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Plastic pollution in Australia’s marine environment has become so prevalent that even a tiny 3 week old Green Turtle hatchling attempting its first journey south from Queensland had already eaten it, mistaking the plastic as jellyfish.
A Taronga Zoo vet nurse is providing round-the-clock care to an orphaned Brushtail Possum joey – with a little help from a soft toy kangaroo!
A juvenile Green Turtle named ‘Alice’ is back at sea to help humans learn more about turtles’ secret lives.
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.
Three endangered sea turtles are currently receiving care in Taronga’s Wildlife Hospital suffering from severe injuries caused by marine debris.
A Little Penguin from the famous colony at Manly was released back into the wild today after being treated at the Taronga Wildlife Hospital for wounds probably caused by marine debris.
Taronga nutritionist, Michelle Shaw shows the results of the new blender
Taronga Wildlife Hospital will receive a new commercial grade blender and mixer to prepare food for rescued and rehabilitated wildlife.
Taronga today begins satellite tracking rare ocean turtles released after life-saving rehabilitation at the Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital.
Today we released the 100 kilogram Green Turtle, ‘Big Lady’ that we have been looking after at the Wildlife Hospital.