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Taronga Zoo is giving 5000 lucky people the chance to secure a spot on the guest list for its 100th birthday party.
Taronga Zoo is celebrating the birth of its first Meerkat pups in nearly seven years.
Plastic pollution in Australia’s marine environment has become so prevalent that even a tiny 3 week old Green Turtle hatchling attempting its first journey south from Queensland had already eaten it, mistaking the plastic as jellyfish.
A female giraffe calf has been born on New Year's Day!
Taronga is inviting everyone to spend their birthday with the animals for just $1, with the help of the Zoo’s Centenary presenting partner ANZ, to celebrate 100 years of bringing people and wildlife together.
A White Rhino Christmas for the Taronga Western Plains Zoo team!
Taronga’s latest two additions to the seal team have been splashing and playing around in the Seal Theatre pools as summer warms up.
These little primates can be spotted by keen eyed-visitors clinging to their mothers’ backs like tiny backpacks while their mothers leap and scurry around the trees of the Amazonia exhibit.
During the Christmas school holidays, young Zoo explorers will be swinging around in the treetops, getting wet during some marine magic and giving a helping hand behind the scenes.
Christmas came early today for Taronga Zoo’s Chimpanzees and Lemurs, who spent the morning feasting on some festive-themed enrichment items prepared by keepers and volunteers.


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