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Christmas comes early for Taronga Zoo’s animalsChristmas comes early for Taronga Zoo’s animals
Christmas comes early for Taronga Zoo’s animals

#Animals, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Christmas comes early for Taronga Zoo’s animals

Taronga’s keepers, nutritionists and animal behaviourists surprised many of the Zoo animals this morning with Christmas-themed treats and enrichment.

Posted on 22nd December 2017 by Media Relations

The 'Big 4' PlasticsThe 'Big 4' Plastics
The 'Big 4' Plastics

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The 'Big 4' Plastics

Plastic may be durable and cheap to manufacture, but these same reasons are exactly why it’s so harmful to our planet.

Posted on 19th December 2017 by Media Relations

How to replace single-use plastic in your bathroomHow to replace single-use plastic in your bathroom
How to replace single-use plastic in your bathroom

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How to replace single-use plastic in your bathroom

In just over twenty years, it’s predicted that there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish and that every seabird on the planet will have…

Posted on 19th December 2017 by Media Relations

How to reduce single-use plastic at workHow to reduce single-use plastic at work
How to reduce single-use plastic at work

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How to reduce single-use plastic at work

We spend a large portion of our lives at work, so it makes sense that we’d try to make this environment reflect our own commitment to reducing single…

Posted on 19th December 2017 by Media Relations

Choose to reuseChoose to reuse
Choose to reuse

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Choose to reuse

Every day, we can take action for our oceans by refusing the ‘Big 4’ single-use plastic items.

Posted on 19th December 2017 by Media Relations

Plastic pollution: it all adds upPlastic pollution: it all adds up
Plastic pollution: it all adds up

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Plastic pollution: it all adds up

Every piece of plastic ever created still exists somewhere. It’s a reminder of why it’s so imperative we all do what we can to reduce the amount of…

Posted on 18th December 2017 by Media Relations

Busting our balloon habitBusting our balloon habit
Busting our balloon habit

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Busting our balloon habit

Every year at Taronga, numerous marine turtles are rescued and rehabilitated at our wildlife hospital. More often than not, they have ingested some…

Posted on 18th December 2017 by Media Relations

Newborn Australian Sea-lion pup makes a splash at TarongaNewborn Australian Sea-lion pup makes a splash at Taronga
Newborn Australian Sea-lion pup makes a splash at Taronga

#Animals, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Newborn Australian Sea-lion pup makes a splash at Taronga

Taronga Zoo Sydney today announced the birth of a cute yet endangered male Australian Sea-lion pup named Moby, which has made a playful splash in his…

Posted on 15th December 2017 by Media Relations

How to use less plastic in the kitchenHow to use less plastic in the kitchen
How to use less plastic in the kitchen

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How to use less plastic in the kitchen

If you’re looking to take the next step when it comes to tackling plastic pollution in your daily life then the next best place to start is your…

Posted on 12th December 2017 by Media Relations

Celebrate Summer at the Zoo these holidays!Celebrate Summer at the Zoo these holidays!
Celebrate Summer at the Zoo these holidays!

#School Holidays, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Celebrate Summer at the Zoo these holidays!

A Spider Monkey baby, two Ring-tailed Lemur babies, a rare Southern Black Rhino calf and White Rhinos on the African Savannah – these are just some…

Posted on 11th December 2017 by Media Relations

Bright eyed and bushy tailedBright eyed and bushy tailed
Bright eyed and bushy tailed
Bright eyed and bushy tailed

Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital is home to all manner of furry and feathered creatures at any given time. Currently, staff at the…

Posted on 06th December 2017

10 New Years Eve resolutions you can make for the wild10 New Years Eve resolutions you can make for the wild
10 New Years Eve resolutions you can make for the wild
10 New Years Eve resolutions you can make for the wild

2018 is just around the corner, and with it the promise of a fresh new year’s resolution to fulfil. Instead of half-heartedly committing to losing…

Posted on 04th December 2017