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Taronga Western Plains Zoo is celebrating the birth of three Meerkats pups which were born on Saturday 24 July 2011.
A rare Sub-Antarctic Fur Seal brought to Taronga near death has been saved by veterinary staff to join other seals in Taronga’s care. The young male was discovered lying under bushes behind Coniston Beach, near Wollongong. It was exceptionally malnourished, emaciated and unable to move.
Sydneysiders sometimes feel swept up in the rat race, but there’s a real rat race coming to bushland around Sydney Harbour, when University of Sydney ecologists introduce populations of native bush rats, called Boguls, to bushland locations on 11 August 2011.
Taronga’s Tasmanian Devil Keepers got their first hands-on check of four little devil joeys, the first born at the Zoo this breeding season.
Mokomoto, the 20 month old Cheetah is taking a trip to the dentist of a different kind, to have a developmental dental problem with his bite corrected.
Taronga Zoo has farewelled ‘Victoria’ the Sun Bear who passed away in her exhibit over the weekend.
Taronga Zoo has welcomed a new Fennec Fox pair, with a female from Adelaide and male from Germany taking up residence in Sydney.
Taronga’s Asian Elephant Conservation Breeding Program reached a milestone today when Australia’s first elephant calf Luk Chai turned two.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is excited to announce the opening of the newly refurbished Aussie Walkabout exhibit where visitors can now wander in amongst Wallabies, Koalas and Quokkas.
Taronga Zoo has today announced a five year partnership with Jane Goodall to expand the Tchimpounga Rehabilitation Centre, marking World Environment Day.


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