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A critically endangered Hawksbill Turtle and endangered Green Turtle, both found in poor condition have been rehabilitated and released by Taronga Zoo.
It’s exactly a year since Taronga and Taronga Western Plains Zoos joined the “Don’t Palm Us Off’ campaign.
Our Gorilla group has expanded from eight to nine, and our Primate keepers witnessed the whole birth!
Taronga Zoo was proud to be part of Oprah’s Ultimate Australian Adventure. Airing in the US and Australia this week, the fabulous animals of the zoo animals also showcased at oprah.com/Australia.
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Taronga Zoo used fat-derived stem cell therapy on a Snow Leopard’s arthritic knee, becoming the first zoo in Australia to use this technology on a big cat.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is mourning the passing of Yum Yum, our much loved African Elephant. We estimate Yum Yum at 42 years of age, she has been the matriarch of the African Elephant herd at Taronga Western Plains Zoo since they first arrived on the 12th December, 1977.
I’m sure you’ve heard we humans are taking so many fish out of the oceans that many of the fish we like to eat soon won’t be there anymore.
There’s good news to report from the bird-watchers monitoring the Zoo-bred Regent Honeyeaters in Chiltern, Victoria. We released the birds over four months ago and there are still plenty of them around.
Taronga Zoo is pleased to have retained the position as Sydney's most popular experience for the fourth year in a row.

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