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Animal urine has a number of uses around the world. But here at Taronga Western Plains Zoo, we use it as part of our olfactory enrichment activities – an excitement of the senses for our animals!
On 25 August 2017 our 11 African Wild Dog pups will turn one year old! By Keeper Genevieve Peel
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Southern Black Rhinoceros calf, Mesi, along with her mother Kufara, made her media debut on exhibit today!
One of the Zoo’s three eight-month-old Cheetah cubs, Zahara, is recovering well following specialist surgery on her left hind leg.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo has welcomed not one, but two brand new additions to the Giraffe herd, born within one week of each other!
Taronga Western Plains Zoo welcomed a group of 170 girls and their development officers from 10 Girls Academies across NSW on Wednesday, who enjoyed a day of cultural activities and sightseeing.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is pleased to announce the arrival of two healthy Addax calves, born in late June.
TWPZ Keeper Bobby-Jo Clow tells of her two-week Fellowship with Conservation South Luangwa.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s four male Lion cubs are nearing eight months of age, and are displaying their boisterous, active personalities more than ever.
Five healthy Eland calves were born in the past two weeks, which marks the start of calving season for this antelope species at Taronga Western Plains Zoo.

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