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World Elephant Day 2018
Sunday 12 August is World Elephant Day and staff at Taronga Western Plains Zoo are raising their trunks to celebrate with a number of activities on the day for guests to enjoy.
Taronga Conservation Society Australia invites children to discover the science of wildlife conservation at Taronga Zoo Sydney free between Saturday 4 August and 19 August, in celebration of the Sydney Festival of Science.
Taronga Conservation Society Australia is committed to the conservation of wildlife through environmental sustainability.
A rare male Oriental Small-clawed Otter pup born in April has finally emerged from the nest box and can now be seen with his family.
More than 30,000 Taronga Zoo Sydney guests have pledged their support for Sumatran Tigers in the wild.
The winter school holidays are just around the corner and Taronga Zoo Sydney is buzzing with baby animals of all shapes and sizes, including a François Langur, two Goat Kids, a Wombat Joey and a Koala Joey!
Celebrating NAIDOC Week at Taronga 8 – 15 July
Kanlaya the Asian Elephant calf
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is thrilled to announce the name ‘Kanlaya’ has been chosen for the now one-month-old female Asian Elephant calf born on 14 June. Kanlaya means beautiful lady in Thai.
Spider Monkey baby
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Black-handed Spider Monkey babies are growing and developing rapidly. Now seven and nine months old the pair are becoming more and more adventurous.
Spider Monkey baby
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Black-handed Spider Monkey babies are growing and developing rapidly. Now seven and nine months old the pair are becoming more and more adventurous.

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