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On the cold slopes of Mount Baw Baw, at the southern tip of Australia’s Great Dividing Range, lives a small, brown frog who’s mating call rings out across misty gullies.
Melbourne Zoo was named Victoria’s Favourite Melbourne Attraction at the annual RACV Victorian Tourism Awards gala event last evening.
The Melbourne Zoo Twilights series is back again for 2016 with the impressive line-up of local and international artists providing entertainment for all ages.
Zoos and other conservation organisations worldwide are celebrating Lemurs this weekend to highlight the urgent need to protect these endangered species.
Lemurs are native to Madagascar, the only place they are found in the wild.
More than 100 students at Chisholm Institute have teamed up with the Zoo’s Works Department to deliver a major infrastructure project at the
2015 is the International Year of the Gibbon, and conservation organisations around the world will be celebrating these amazing arboreal apes on Saturday.
Pregnant pachyderms have 22 months to wait before they give birth! Just like other mammal mothers-to-be, they need to stay fit and watch their diets.
Award-winning author and illustrator Graeme Base has had a lifelong fascination with the diversity and beauty of the animal kingdom.
Melbourne Zoo turned 153 today! Australia’s oldest zoo celebrated with a focus on its youngest baby.
We’re coming to the end of the school year for children, but at Wild Sea the special school has just opened for the penguin breeding season!
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