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Extinct for 65 million years, dinosaurs will once again roam the earth, or at least Taronga Zoo!
Sixteen life-sized animatronic dinosaurs have come to life, giving guests a unique opportunity to get in touch with their inner palaeontologist and learn important wildlife lessons. The Australian Muttaburrasaurus, a Stegosaurus, the towering Tyrannosaurus Rex and many more are waiting to be discovered in the bush along the Dinosaur Trail.
Taronga Zoo Director and Chief Executive, Cameron Kerr, today announced the birth of a tiny male Western Lowland Gorilla at Taronga Zoo. The baby boy born to Mbeli, was born on Tuesday and heralds the beginning of a second generation of Western Lowland Gorillas in the Zoo’s successful conservation breeding program.
Gorilla baby with mother
Finally, the wait is over! On Tuesday afternoon at 1:55pm we welcomed a new addition to our Gorilla family – a brand new baby boy!
Taronga’s group of male fur seals have been showing off their playful side, to the delight of researchers from the Australian Marine Mammal Research Centre (AMMRC).

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