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Taronga Western Plains Zoo has achieved a national breeding success hatching Australasia’s first Galapagos Tortoise in March this year.
A Loggerhead Turtle being rehabilitated at Taronga Wildlife Hospital may help unlock the secret migration habits of marine turtles. Subject to final medical clearance, a young turtle which has been in care for the past year will be released with a satellite tracker attached to its shell, providing researchers with valuable data about turtle migration habits.
Taronga has welcomed the arrival of five striking Ring-tailed Lemurs from Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo.
Taronga Conservation Society Australia received the Zoo and Aquarium Association In Situ Conservation Award for their Regent Honeyeater Release and Habitat Reconstruction project.
Taronga Zoo is celebrating the breeding success of more than 20 Feather-tail Glider infants, the smallest gliding mammals in the world.
Taronga Zoo is encouraging visitors to get to know one of the Zoo’s lesser known animals, ‘Birani’ the Malayan Tapir, to help celebrate World Tapir Day.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is celebrating the arrival of a female Giraffe calf born in the night quarters on the morning of Monday 4 April 2011 and the arrival of two groups of Ring-tailed Lemurs.
The Take 3 – A Clean Beach Initiative to keep rubbish off beaches was chosen last night as the inaugural winner of the Taronga Green Grants $50,000 Award.
Taronga Wildlife Hospital staff today returned eight healthy Little Penguins to the ocean at Long Reef.
One of Taronga’s stunning Brolgas called ‘Mrs Mangles’, is getting special treatment at Taronga’s Wildlife Hospital for an injured wing.

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