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Keepers from Taronga Zoo and Zoos Victoria have released over two thousand zoo-bred eggs into the wilds of Kosciuszko National Park to bolster the critically endangered Southern Corroboree Frog population.
Surprised keepers at Taronga Zoo are celebrating the unexpected birth of an endangered Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby – more than a year after its father left the Zoo!
Environment Minister Mark Speakman today marked the Thai New Year by announcing the pregnancy of Taronga Zoo’s Thai elephant, Pak Boon.
Our mob of Red Kangaroos is getting bigger!
Taronga Zoo has played host to a first date with a difference, with keepers introducing two endangered Pygmy Hippos to each other for the first time.
A playful pair of Meerkat pups have joined Taronga’s active young Francois’ Leaf-monkey, Nangua, and new female Fishing Cat, Maew, on display in time for these school holidays.
Taronga Zoo’s playful Meerkat pups now have names to reflect their African heritage.
Taronga Keepers have welcomed at least five tiny Feathertail Glider joeys to the energetic group in a rare breeding success.
Over the weekend, Taronga's Zoomobile headed to the Camden Show and won third place in the Educational Display awards!
A gigantic illuminated Bilby, a Sumatran Tiger with sound effects and a magnificent marine turtle with moving fins will be just three of the stars of Vivid Sydney at Taronga Zoo.

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