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Three Little Penguins were released back into the wild today after receiving specialist veterinary care at Taronga’s Wildlife Hospital.
Taronga is celebrating a milestone today with the first birthday of the Zoo’s first elephant calf, ‘Luk Chai’. Luk Chai made history on July 4, last year becoming the first elephant to be born in Australia, just three years after Taronga started its conservation breeding program for this endangered species.
Minister for Climate Change and the Environment, Frank Sartor, today welcomed the opening of Taronga’s new Tasmanian Devil Breeding Centre, expanding the zoo’s contribution to national efforts to save this species from extinction.
An injured White-bellied Sea-eagle which was unable to fly is experiencing the wind beneath its wings thanks to some flying lessons from Taronga staff.
Taronga Zoo is celebrating over 168 years of Chimpanzee history with three of the world’s oldest Chimpanzees.
A Mosman Kookaburra is flying home today after shedding almost 100 grams under the Zoo veterinarians’ weight loss boot camp.
Taronga’s Carnivore Keepers are delighted that the Zoo’s two Sun Bears Mr. Hobbs and Victoria are settling into their new temporary home at the Kodiak Bear exhibit, just opposite the female elephant barn.
Taronga Zoo is preparing for a strategic review of its international tourism business over the next few months, Zoo Director, Cameron Kerr, said today.
Police are investigating the theft of two Macaws from Sydney’s Taronga Zoo.
Environment Protection Minister, Peter Garrett, today launched the book ‘Health of Antarctic Wildlife: A challenge for Science and Policy’ at Taronga Park Zoo in Sydney.


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