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Taronga is celebrating the birth of seven tiny Feathertail Glider joeys who can already be seen scampering around in their Australian Nightlife exhibit.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is thrilled to announce that the male Black Rhino calf born at the zoo in April is now on display with his mother Bakhita.
Over 200 guests gathered together Thursday night at the Ivy Ballroom to help make a difference for Taronga’s marine conservation efforts, raising $474,590.
Looking for something to do these school holidays? Taronga Western Plains Zoo has new arrivals of all shapes and sizes, and winter is the perfect time to visit them!
Taronga Zoo is celebrating the arrival of its first koala joey for this year’s breeding season, with a tiny face starting to emerge from its mother’s pouch.
A boisterous Australian Sea-lion pup named Maximus is just one of the new faces waiting to greet visitors at Taronga Zoo these school holidays.
After days of waiting and watching, Keepers are able to confirm Taronga’s new gorilla baby is a male.
In response to stories overnight of a Texan hunter paying $350,000 to hunt and kill a Black Rhinoceros in Namibia, Cameron Kerr, Board member of the International Rhino Foundation said it was a travesty to attempt to legitimise hunting of a Critically Endangered species.
A tiny Western Lowland Gorilla has been born at Taronga Zoo. The baby, born to Frala and Silverback Kibali, is the second born at Taronga in the last seven months.

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