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Reintroduction of the Bogul with UNSW

Boguls have suffered from competing with Black Rats, which often carry disease, for food and habitat. Taronga helped work out how to give the Bogul the edge over their chief competitor.

Free-Ranging Corroboree Frog Nursery Project

A disease caused by Chytrid Fungus has made this Australia’s most endangered frog, but by placing zoo-bred eggs in fungus- free ponds in the wild, this project may ward off extinction.

Primate Reintroduction Surveys

Before a group of critically endangered Hatinh Langurs, which had been bred in captivity, were released into the wild, vital surveys helped ensure their reintroduction would be a success.