Three new arrivals this morning added to Melbourne Zoo’s celebration of the first-ever World Wildlife Day.
Zoo staff carried out a major animal relocation today, moving three African Lions out of their birthplace, the historic Lion Park.
Four new arrivals late yesterday and one overnight have created great excitement in the Reptile House!
Tiny hatchlings of the world’s most endangered crocodilian species have been emerging from their eggs in their temperature-controlled incubator.
In this month’s animal profile we speak to keeper Bianca about Dikembe the one year-old Ring-tailed Lemur.
Zoos Victoria was saddened to hear about the decision to euthanise Marius the Giraffe at Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark over the weekend.
Great news! Thanks to the thousands of emails being sent to companies through the Don’t Palm Us Off campaign, all Nestlé Australia chocolate made in Australia now contains 100% Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO).
Zoos Victoria staff recently visited our Philippine conservation partner, the Mabuwaya Foundation to help release 12 captive-reared Philippines Crocodiles back into the wild
Thousands of Zoo Members voted in the online poll to select the winning name for Dokkoon’s second elephant calf, a male born on December 8th.
Environment Minister Ryan Smith announced the winning name today: Mali’s baby brother will be named Man Jai, which is Thai for ‘confident’.
Tatanka, a new baby bison is now on public display at Werribee Open Range Zoo.
The female calf was born on 29 December to first-time mum Leotie and staff are delighted with their progress.
Tatanka is feeding well and Leotie is a wonderful mum.
Male gorilla Otana celebrated a milestone today: his first birthday in Australia.
His 13th birthday ‘cake’ was suitably summery, an icy tower of treats, from green peas to watermelon and berries.
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