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Melbourne Zoo’s much-adored, young Western Lowland Gorilla, Kanzi, turns four this week and that means special treats from keepers and volunteers.
X-rays of one Melbourne Zoo’s Sumatran tigers have provided a rare look at the impressive teeth of this critically endangered species.
Zoos Victoria’s AGL Marine Response Unit (MRU) has responded to a record number of marine wildlife callouts following its busiest summer season ever.
It’s one small step for a penguin, but one giant leap for marine kind.
A new device at Melbourne Zoo is enabling keepers and veterinarians to innovatively monitor the health and welfare of its Little Penguins.
Two of Melbourne Zoo’s most popular residents have been earning their stripes in the training department as they approach their 9th birthday this Saturday (9 February).
Sumatran Tigers Indrah and Hutan have been participating in hand-feeding training as part of their health care.
Melbourne Zoo’s animals were out in force today (February 5) to celebrate Lunar New Year 2019, the Year of the Pig.
Melbourne Zoo has built a revolutionary, world-first hydro gym for its reptiles - designed to keep the animals fit and healthy.
Do seals have the worst morning breath? Do lions have the craziest bed hair? Early morning visitors to Melbourne Zoo can discover the answers, and more, as the zoo opens its gates from 8am these school holidays.
Melbourne Zoo has twice as many reasons to roar now that it has welcomed two lion boys from Werribee Open Range Zoo.
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