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Werribee Open Range Zoo’s five female hippos are taking centre stage today.
February 15th is World Hippo Day, a moment to both admire and raise awareness for the plight of one of Africa’s most unique animals.
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.
Matrix, the Tasmanian Devil, has undergone world-first reconstructive surgery at Healesville Sanctuary’s wildlife hospital.
Werribee Open Range Zoo visitors can now go behind-the-scenes and get up close and personal with a flock of ostriches in a new encounter.
Today marks the tenth anniversary of the Black Saturday bushfires, the most devastating bushfires in Australia’s history. Tragically, 173 people lost their lives, 414 were injured and over a million wild and domesticated animals were lost.
Melbourne Zoo’s animals were out in force today (February 5) to celebrate Lunar New Year 2019, the Year of the Pig.
Werribee Open Range Zoo’s new male Przewalski’s horse foal, Bataar, is already a hero despite only being welcomed into the world and his herd this month.
Melbourne Zoo has built a revolutionary, world-first hydro gym for its reptiles - designed to keep the animals fit and healthy.
In the low red light of Werribee Open Range Zoo’s nocturnal animal house, something special is happening with four furry female Sugar Gliders.
If you have visited Wild Seas at Melbourne Zoo recently, you may have noticed some different and unusual beaks bobbing around the penguin pool.
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