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For Lulu, life is just one big adventure. At 59 years of age, Lulu is the oldest member of our chimp group.
Zoo Grooves is happening again on Saturday 1 October and it’s approaching fast!
The other day when we let the chimps out into their exhibit, Sule, our 3 ½ year old male, picked up a stick and went straight to the dipping pot
Taronga’s chimpanzees are completing health screening in their exhibit.
Lubutu, the group’s dominant male, has taken to asserting himself this week, letting all in the near vicinity know exactly who is boss! He impresses the group with large and very loud displays of his strength and power. As he watches over his family, many a Chimp will come to him for comfort and support when the time comes for them to move back to their renovated exhibit.
Find out what one of our school teachers is doing in Sri Lanka to help local communities and wild elephants.
In recent decades, hundreds of amphibian species around the world have rapidly declined or disappeared due to a number of threats including exotic disease and habitat loss
Taronga’s Australian Nightlife Keepers got a surprise during a Yellow-bellied Glider’s routine check-up when Zoo vets noticed that the female was carrying a tiny joey in her pouch!
People often look at me a bit oddly when I say that I love vultures but I don’t see what’s not to love! Saturday September 3 is International Vulture Awareness day and despite the fact that Australia doesn’t have any native vultures, Aussies need to be aware of their importance and their plight in the wild.
A lucky juvenile Green Turtle splashed back into the ocean at Port Stephens this week after lifesaving care at Taronga’s Wildlife Hospital.

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Come to the @austmus Oct 30 for a lecture on the disappearing White-fronted Chat as part of the #tarongabirdfestival! http://t.co/CX7wmSuP0K
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It's national #waterweek! Did you know 1,825 litres of water is used in the production of the plastic water bottles (that’s 7300 cups)?

Public Notices

A fire broke out in a service building on the perimeter of Taronga Zoo overnight. Fire Brigade crews attended and extinguished the fire before 3am. No people or animals were injured in the fire. Preliminary investigations have found no suspicious circumstances.
Taronga Zoo has very different policies on animal care than the Copenhagen Zoo.
SUBORDINATE LEGISLATION ACT 1989 ZOOLOGICAL PARKS BOARD ACT 1973 AND ZOOLOGICAL PARKS REGULATION 2014 TARONGA CONSERVATION SOCIETY AUSTRALIA
While you’re out and about you may notice that some of Taronga’s Wild! Rhinos may have apparently wandered away from their locations.