Securing a shared future for wildlife and people Watch the Video

Mate Choice and the Devil

Genetic make-up drives mate choice in females of many species including humans – we are asking is it true of the Tasmanian Devil

Benchmarking lion welfare

We are developing non-invasive techniques that will give us an objective marker of lion welfare and indicate the impact of changes in a lion’s environment

Connecting Wildlife

We are helping to evaluate, improve and establish new corridors for wildlife in the Gosford area to decrease inbreeding and loss of biodiversity in the area

Amphibian IVF

In vitro fertilisation techniques can improve the reproduction and conservation of endangered frog species

Fur Seals, Oceans and People

Fur seal populations are increasing in NSW, and interactions with people are increasing, Taronga Marine Biologists are asking how this will impact both species in the future

Hotspots for Marine Predators

Tracking fur seals, penguins and other sea birds can tell us about our wildlife and our oceans, and how to best zone protected areas

Freezing the Reef

Taronga CryoReserve is now home to over 200 billion cells from the Great Barrier Reef. These cells will be used better understand coral biology and increase resilience of the reef to environmental changes.