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Securing a shared future for wildlife and people

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In 1916 Taronga Zoo opened its doors on Sydney’s North Shore and in 2016 we celebrated a century of wildlife commitment in style.
Taronga Zoo’s koala keepers received an early gift this festive season, with two koala joeys emerging from the pouch just in time for Christmas.
Christmas came early today for Taronga Zoo’s Meerkats, Ring-tailed Lemurs and Australian Sea Lions, who spent the morning feasting on some festive-themed enrichment treats prepared by keepers and volunteers.
A young Little Penguin was released back into the wild after being rescued from a stormwater drain in Sydney’s inner-west, Environment Minister Mark Speakman said today.
Get up close to our cheeky Squirrel Monkeys these school holidays and watch them climb and play as you walk through their Amazon jungle.
Taronga Zoo has welcomed its largest litter of Meerkats ever, with keepers monitoring the progress of six playful pups.
Vulture Research in Africa
Recently we received letters from students from a local primary school wanting to know what Taronga does with all of its animal poo.
This photo of our largest male Tahr has earned him the nickname ‘Sexy Tahr’.
In this video, Divisional Manager and bee enthusiast Elle Bombanato as well as Supervisor Simon Brown walk us through a typical hive inspection.

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