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Six Australian Pelicans were released at Chinaman’s Beach today by Taronga Wildlife Hospital staff who cleaned the birds caught in an oil spill at Newcastle.
Taronga Zoo has established a breeding pair of rare White-cheeked Gibbons as part of Australasian regional efforts to support the critically endangered primate.
Tragically, Sumatran Tigers are on the brink of extinction with only 300 remaining in the wild, due to poaching, the illegal trade in tiger parts for traditional medicines and habitat loss. Less than 4000 Tigers of all sub-species are believed to remain in the wild. Read about Taronga's commitment to safeguarding a future for these stunning big cats.
Taronga Zoo’s three Bilbies, Dougal, Sparkie and Yippie, are revealing the shy ways of one of Australia’s least seen mammals to some lucky zoo visitors.
Taronga Zoo is pleased to have retained the position as Sydney's most popular experience for the fourth year in a row.
Taronga Zoo is celebrating the arrival of a precious Pygmy Hippo calf, the first to be reared by its mother at the Zoo in over 20 years. For the next few weeks visitors will begin to catch glimpses of the newborn as it spends short periods of time exploring the exhibit with its mother.
Local school student Tanna Nankivell visited the Zoo to present a $1500 cheque to the Taronga Foundation following her school’s efforts to raise awareness and funds for Sumatran Tigers.
2010 marks the 30th anniversary of the Sister City relationship between Sydney and Nagoya. To celebrate this milestone of international friendship, understanding and goodwill, City of Sydney and the Sydney-Nagoya Sister City Committee is delighted to present an exhibition of photographs taken at the Sister Cities’ Zoos.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is doing it all again with the third annual Zoo Grooves to take place on the October long weekend, Saturday 2 October, at the Zoo’s African Picnic Ground.
The redevelopment of Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s front entrance area is continuing with a number of key milestones achieved and the new Visitor Plaza well and truly taking shape.


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