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Lion cubs on exhibit
Four male Lion cubs have made their public debut at Taronga Western Plains Zoo and are now on exhibit for visitors to see.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo is closed today, Sunday 12 February 2017, due to the extreme weather conditions.
Sabai meets Luk Chai
Sabai is going from strength to strength and was recently introduced to his brother Luk Chai
Ring-tailed Lemur babies now three month old
The two sets of Ring-tailed Lemur twins born in October 2016 are growing and developing rapidly under the watchful eye of their mothers.
Lion cubs born November 2016
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is celebrating another major breeding success with the birth of four male African Lion cubs on 19 November 2016.
Dentist visit for Tasmanian Devil
In January, Specialist Veterinary Dentist, Dr David Clarke visited Taronga Western Plains Zoo to perform dental procedures on a nine year old resident Dingo and a four year old Tasmanian Devil which recently arrived at the Zoo.
Galapagos Tortoise hatchlings turn three
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Galapagos Tortoise hatchlings, Turbo and Peńa, the most recent Galapagos Tortoise hatchlings born at the Zoo, are turning three years old this week.
Cheetah Cubs born 2016
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is celebrating breeding success with the birth of three Cheetah cubs, one male and two females on 20 October 2016.
Black Rhino Kufara
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is excited for the arrival of the pitter patter of little Black Rhinoceros calf feet in May 2017, with Kufara expecting her first calf.
Sabai at six weeks old
At six weeks old and weighing in at 172kgs, Sabai our Elephant calf is definitely growing. His birth weight was 101kg.

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