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From a pop-up shark exhibit to a festival celebrating all things feathered, there’s lots of new things to see and do at Taronga Zoo these school holidays.
A group of Port Jackson Sharks will call Taronga Zoo home for the next two months, as part of an exciting research project seeking to unlock the secrets of shark society.
The world’s only successful breeding program for Yellow-bellied Gliders at Taronga Zoo has welcomed a very special little joey.
An elephant-sized GoPro headpiece has given Taronga keepers a chance to view the world through the eyes of the Zoo’s largest animals on World Elephant Day.
Two tiny Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby joeys have emerged from the pouch at Taronga Zoo, continuing its successful breeding program for the endangered species.
Taronga is celebrating the birth of seven tiny Feathertail Glider joeys who can already be seen scampering around in their Australian Nightlife exhibit.

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