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Taronga Zoo today announced the welcome birth of a male Western Lowland Gorilla. The adorable baby was born to mum Mbeli and father Kibali on Friday 1st September at 1.40pm. He will be named in coming weeks.
Taronga Zoo is thrilled to announce the pregnancy of our Australian Sea-Lion, Lexie.
Back in March this year, Taronga Zoo took in five Green Sea Turtles who had all been orphaned and found washed up on Sydney beaches around the time of heavy storms early in the year.
Taronga Zoo is thrilled to announce that Sumatran Tigers have returned, and invites you to discover the four in our care at the exciting new Tiger Trek!
What happens on a typical work day at Taronga? Dr Karrie Rose, Manager of the Australian Registry of Wildlife Health, takes us behind the scenes of a ‘typical’ day at the office.
Keeper Imogen explains why Taronga’s Short-beaked Echidna breeding program is so special, and the bizarre mating ritual she is watching for.
Jai Dee is growing in confidence, learning to swim and eat. Keeper Gabe tells us which foods Jai Dee is starting to try and just how many muscles he is learning to control in his trunk!
Asian Elephant Jai Dee is still learning to use his trunk
Asian Elephant calf Jai Dee is just one of four adorable yet endangered baby animals visitors can see at Taronga Zoo during the school holidays this winter.
Asian Elephant calf Jai Dee takes a dip after receiving his Thai name
The Director and CEO of Taronga Conservation Society Australia, Cameron Kerr, today announced the Thai name of Taronga’s new Asian Elephant calf.
Taronga Zoo and Taronga Western Plains Zoo have both been awarded gold at the NSW Sustainability Advantage Awards.
Taronga recognised by NSW Government for outstanding environmental achievement and leadership.

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