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Our 2017-19 Conservation Field Grant recipients are already hard at work saving species all over the world.
Our 2017-19 Conservation Field Grant recipients are already hard at work saving species all over the world.
Cheetah cubs being monitored via CCTV
Our Cheetah cubs were born on 6 June 2018 to mother Kyan and father Jana. Follow the journey of the first couple of weeks of the cubs through the eyes of their keepers.
Kanlaya the Asian Elephant calf
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is thrilled to announce the name ‘Kanlaya’ has been chosen for the now one-month-old female Asian Elephant calf born on 14 June. Kanlaya means beautiful lady in Thai.
Wild Herds opening
An exciting new exhibit called ‘Wild Herds’ will officially open at Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo today. Designed to reflect a traditional Mongolian village, Wild Herds is home to two species – Takhi (a Mongolian horse also known as Przewalski’s Horse) and Fallow Deer.
Six Cheetah cubs born at Dubbo
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is proud to announce the arrival of six healthy Cheetah Cubs born on 6 June 2018. The cubs were born to experienced mother Kyan and father Jana.
Our 2017-19 Conservation Field Grant recipients are already hard at work saving species all over the world.
Female Asian Elephant calf
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s newborn Asian Elephant calf will make her media debut today alongside mother Porntip, aunty Thong Dee and older calf Sabai.
This year Taronga Conservation Society released more than 500 Southern Corroboree Frog eggs into the wild.
For the second year in a row, Bellinger River Snapping Turtles have hatched at Taronga, as part of a NSW Government captive breeding program.

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