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Healesville Sanctuary's vet Dr Sheelings was asked this question when Keeper Jess noticed Galaxid Fish, Jeremy, had a small lump near his head.
Arthur, a young male koala, was brought to Healesville Sanctuary’s Australian Wildlife Health Centre nearly three months ago.
Healesville Sanctuary’s newest yet-to-be named Red Kangaroo joey has just popped its head out of mum Kiara’s pouch. Keepers don’t know whether it’s a girl or boy but it will be popping in and out of the pouch over the school holidays.
In exciting news, our keepers and visitors at Healesville Sanctuary have just started spotting our Red Kangaroo, Kiara’s first ever joey popping its head out of her pouch.
Our friends at Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery in conjunction with The Alannah and Madeline Foundation are creating hope through art with a free outdoor charity art exhibition, hopforhope.
Picture this; you’re small, feathery, and very protected in your forest haven at Healesville Sanctuary. But you have a big job ahead of you.
This National Threatened Species Day, Zoos Victoria is celebrating another successful breeding season and releases of animals into the wild.
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