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Taronga is working to secure a shared future for wildlife and people.
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Taronga Zoo Dec 2
Inspiring read from the Jakarta Post on the ways we can all help to save Indonesia’s endangered species:
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Taronga Zoo Nov 28
It’s that time of year again! The coral is spawning and Taronga's biologists are continuing their efforts to preserve the .
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Taronga Zoo Nov 27
Due to expected lightning and storms during the will be closing today at 2pm.
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Taronga Zoo Nov 27
Due to wind and wet weather, Taronga suggests guests consider planning their experience for another day. Due to safety considerations, we have closed our carpark until further notice. We’re pleased to report that all the animals in our care are fine if a little waterlogged
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Taronga Zoo Nov 20
A huge thank you to Jac+ Jack who has collaborated with Aussie visual artist Jonathan Zawada to support Taronga with a limited edition tee. 100% of the profits support our commitment to conservation, protection & rehabilitation of critically endangered animals around the world.
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Taronga Zoo Oct 25
What exactly makes the platypus so unique? Professor Richard Kingsford from shares what he knows about the mysterious world of the platypus in this fascinating interview.
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Taronga Zoo Oct 17
We are all still on such a high after the visit from The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who joined us to officially launch the Taronga Institute of Science & Learning.
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Taronga Zoo Oct 15
We are incredibly honoured to have had The Duke and Duchess of Sussex open our brand new state-of-the-art Institute of Science & Learning today. This facility really is a game-changer for research and conservation, offering never-before seen learning opportunities for students.
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Taronga Zoo Oct 10
Ahead of the official launch of the Taronga Institute of Science & Learning next week, we’re excited to share a sneak peak of one of our new immersive classrooms. In the Woodlands room, students enter the habitat of native Australian animals and experience life in the wild.
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Taronga Zoo Oct 9
Replying to @loisoliviaw
Hey Lois, we are please to say that the Peters products you mentioned that use 100% Certified Sustainable Palm Oil. In fact, we have made the switch to 100% CSPO in the products we sell in our food outlets. Thanks for the great pick up though!
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Taronga Zoo Sep 30
To celebrate QBE Zoo Month, has pledged to double their support . During the month of October, every dollar donated at the QBE Free Flight Bird Show will be matched, directly supporting their wonderful Birds For Good initiative.
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Taronga Zoo Sep 24
Throwback to when Taronga's Herpetofauna team released 200 adult Yellow-spotted Bell Frogs back into the wild. This species was thought to be extinct for 30 years, before a tiny population was located just 'in the nick of time'. 📹 Bottlebrush Media
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Taronga Zoo Sep 12
Six brand new Cheetah cubs at Taronga Western Plains Zoo have passed their recent health checks with flying colours! The cubs are eating solid foods and spending their days playing, chasing and wrestling each other. Mum Kyan certainly has her paws full!
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Taronga Zoo Sep 6
We are so pleased to announce that Taronga Western Plains Zoo has commenced a conservation-breeding program for the critically endangered Plains-wanderer, a native bird species under threat from extinction.
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jackie randles Aug 15
Dear event presenters: those of us working behind the scenes know how hard you work to deliver high quality, creative & exceptionally well produced events to make a world class celebration. Thank you on behalf of
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jackie randles Aug 15
Dear scientists: thank you for sharing research knowledge, exploratory questions and passion in . I am in awe of the huge range of research you do to make the world a better place and so happy to help connect you to the public
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Taronga Zoo Aug 8
Amazing! Wildlife watchers are in a flap after one of Australia's rarest species of bird, the Regent Honeyeater, was spotted three times in Queensland in recent weeks.
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Taronga Zoo Aug 8
It’s time to bin old attitudes towards wild animals in Sydney! There has been recent interest in wild birds here at Taronga and we think this is a great opportunity to talk about our breed-to-release conservation programs. Learn more at
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Taronga Zoo Jul 22
is on the money They're both puggles!
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Taronga Zoo Jul 22
Replying to @sonalikulkarni
Amazing. Thanks for coming!
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