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Melbourne Zoo’s oldest female orang-utan turned 39 today.
Kiani was famous from the day she was born, as one of the twins born to mother Olga.
Giraffe conservation organisations in Europe and the USA selected June 21st as the perfect date for World Giraffe Day because Giraffe are the world's tallest species and tomorrow is the Northern Hemisphere's longest day of the year.
Minister D’Ambrosio celebrated World Environment Day today with a visit to Melbourne Zoo, and was given a preview of The National Geographic Photo Ark exhibition, which, in an Austr
Melbourne Zoo is delighted to welcome the three young lions from Werribee Open Range Zoo into Melbourne Zoo’s Lion Gorge.
To celebrate The National Geographic Photo Ark photography exhibition, Melbourne Zoo is giving your school the opportunity to experience a
A Hamadryas Baboon was born on 20th May, the second baboon birth at Melbourne Zoo since 2000.
Keepers at Werribee Open Range Zoo are preparing three adolescent male lions for their upcoming move to Melbourne Zoo.
Maimunah celebrated her birthday a day early, because today was International Biodiversity Day.
Melbourne Zoo Director Kevin Tanner has announced the very sad news that Melbourne's beloved gorilla Mzuri has died in the French zoo where he was living in a bachelor group.
In an Australian first, Melbourne Zoo's Leopard Lodge will be home to The National Geographic Photo Ark exhibition this winter showcasing the work of National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore.
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