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Taronga's injured elephant keeper, Lucy Melo, remains in a critical but stable condition today in the Royal North Shore Hospital.
The Zoo keeper injured yesterday at Taronga remains stable in Royal North Shore Hospital today.
Taronga has been advised that the keeper injured earlier today at the elephant barn remains in a critical but stable condition in Royal North Shore Hospital.
During a routine training session at about 11.30 am this morning in Taronga Zoo’s elephant barn, an incident occurred whereby a young male elephant pinned a female keeper against a bollard.
Taronga Zoo will open between 9.30am and close at 4.30 pm from June 1 until August 31.
We’ve all been saddened to farewell Bethyl, the Kodiak Bear at Taronga Zoo today.
A giant Allosaurus and a spiky Edmontonia are among 16 life-sized and life-like dinosaurs which are taking up residence at Taronga Zoo for the summer.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo will celebrate World Rhino Day on Saturday 22 September 2012 to raise awareness and support for the plight of the five Rhino species remaining in the wild today.
Taronga is celebrating breeding the Zoo’s first Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat in 30 years, unlocking secrets which could also help their critically endangered wild cousins.
Taronga’s Tasmanian Devil Keepers got their first hands-on check today of three little Tasmanian Devil joeys, the first to be born at Taronga this breeding season.

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