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Securing a shared future for wildlife and people Watch the Video
Tukta was the last calf born at Taronga Zoo almost 6 years ago, but that will soon change.
Taronga Zoo’s Meerkat mob continues to grow, with keepers celebrating the birth of the second litter of pups this year.
It is not just the ‘bear necessities’ of food, night nests and climbing that is daring Mr Hobbs to be a bear.
Visitors can explore the secret life of sharks, help create toys for a playful pair of Sun Bears, see a bright orange François' Langur swinging through the trees and meet petite piglet, Thumbelina, at Taronga Zoo these school holidays.
Meet Thumbelina! She’s smaller than your average piglet, but she is embarking on big adventures.
Since 1996, the Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program (TKCP) has been working with local indigenous communities and government partners to establish a community conservation area.
Forests are vital for clean air and water, providing the earth with an ability to breathe and us with a healthy future. They also provide a place that endangered species like Orang-utan, tigers and elephants call home.
Taronga keepers are thrilled to welcome the birth of a bright orange female François’ Langer, one of the world’s rarest monkeys.
Construction of Taronga Zoo’s new global centre for conservation science and learning for researchers, students and visitors will proceed after the Department of Planning and Environment signed off on the development, Environment Minister Mark Speakman announced today.

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