In this month's animal profile we take a closer look at the iconic lions at Melbourne Zoo. Precinct Manager Adrian Howard is a brave man, working nearly every day for the last 12 years with the lions at Melbourne Zoo.
Ribbit the Tawny Frogmouth was found uninjured, but after his mother refused to take him back despite his rescuers best attempts, he was brought to the Australian Wildlife Health Centre at Healesville Sanctuary.
Today is a wonderful milestone for Zoos Victoria: eleven Tasmanian Devils, eight of which were bred at Healesville Sanctuary and three from Monarto Zoo in South Australia, will be returned to the wilds of Tasmania – for the first time ever today.
There were some strange squeaking sounds coming from Melbourne Zoo's Reptile House last week.... This was music to the ears of our reptile team who have been eagerly awaiting the hatching of baby Philippine Crocodiles!
It has been many years since Melbourne Zoo has hosted the impressive Hercules moth. A recent delivery of young caterpillars from Queensland can currently be seen in the lifecycle display inside our Butterfly House.