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Two of the Zoo’s 2015 highlights were the births of endangered species babies Obi and Kanzi, who experienced their first Christmas celebrations this morning.
During heat waves Healesville Sanctuary’s Australian Wildlife Health Centre sees a huge spike in patient admissions mostly due to heat stress.
In 1978 Zoos Victoria was named the custodian of the bushland adjacent to Healesville Sanctuary, known as the Coranderrk Bushland, prior to this the Coranderrk Bushland was subject to logging and grazing.
Werribee Open Range Zoo’s trio of Lion cubs have been named!
The votes are in and the public have chosen their three favourite names via the Zoo’s website.
Today viewing Keepers announced the winning names – Kubwa, Kashka and Kito.
On Sunday 20 December animals at Werribee Open Range Zoo shared in the fun of the festive season, enjoying some special Christmas treats.
The Zoo celebrated a major milestone today: 30 years since the opening of the iconic and ever-popular Butterfly House.
There have been an average of 63 butterflies born every day over those 30 years!
The youngest elephant at Melbourne Zoo had a pre-school session this morning, followed by party treats to celebrate his second birthday.
The youngest orang-utan at Melbourne Zoo has turned five, and she celebrated with her mother Maimunah and father Santan.
Werribee Open Range Zoo’s Lion cubs have marked another milestone, with their six-week health check.
Vets and Keepers were able to weigh and examine each of cubs, checking their heart, lungs, ears, eyes and movement.
Friday 4 December Zoos Victoria marked International Cheetah Day at Werribee Open Range Zoo with a funding announcement for the Tsavo Cheetah Project in Kenya.
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