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The 18th of November is a momentous day in history.
Zoo Keepers at Healesville Sanctuary have now confirmed sightings of ten wallaby joeys in the Wallaby Paddock at Healesville Sanctuary.
This week at Werribee Open Range Zoo, visitors are invited to a very special celebration – Hippo Pansy’s third birthday!
Melbourne Zoo is the toast of Melbourne after it received the Melbourne Award for successfully reducing its environmental footprint.
Animals large and small have been given a helping hand thanks to an enthusiastic group of pre-school and primary students.
Syrian Brown Bear Honey has come to the end of her long life.
Honey was born at the Berne Zoo in Switzerland in January 1987, and she came to Melbourne Zoo that November to live in the new Bear Exhibit, which had opened in 1986.
In the lead up to World Kindness Day this weekend, Healesville Sanctuary has once again teamed up with the Monash Children's Hospital.
Monash Children’s Hospital hosted some furry friends from Healesville Sanctuary bringing smiles and laughter to the wards.
The voices of more than 100,000 Australians were heard in Canberra after a special envoy from Victoria delivered a petition in support of palm oil labelling.
Werribee Open Range Zoo has welcomed a very special new arrival, a female Scimitar-horned Oryx calf born to mum Sheba and dad Manyevu on 4 October.
While November might be the month of the moustache, it’s also a special time for beards and Bison lovers!
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