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Penguins at Melbourne Zoo are expanding their role as ambassadors for their wild cousins. Now they are ‘Poster Penguins’ for the new community conservation campaign: ‘When Balloons Fly, Seabirds Die’.
Melbourne Zoo’s Vets and Primate Keepers have had a very busy day examining 11 Hamadryas Baboons.
And Primate Keepers suspected that six-year-old Qetesh might be pregnant.
The lions, meerkats and Vervet Monkeys enjoyed an early treat to celebrate Easter at Werribee Open Range Zoo.
The animals enjoyed their own special Easter-themed enrichment, hunting for brightly coloured piñata and tucking into their very own (hard boiled) Easter Eggs.
There are some new faces in the Meerkat mob at Werribee Open Range Zoo, with two Meerkat pups born to experienced mum, Akili on Saturday 11 March.
On Friday 31 March at Werribee Open Range Zoo, there was a hippopotamus on the beach eating cake – birthday cake!
Thanks to the hard work of the Southern Corroboree Frog Recovery Team, 360 frogs were released back to the wilds of Kosciuszko National Park in March.
ANZ and Melbourne Zoo are giving you and your family a chance to win a once in a lifetime RAW Wildlife tour of Borneo with a Melbourne Zoo Elephant Keeper!
On 3 April 1961, keen young naturalist Eric Wilkinson had a small possum cross his path while conducting night surveys near Cambarville.
The 2016 MPavilion has been gifted to the Zoo and is being relocated from its original site at the Queen Victoria Gardens.
Primate Keepers bid a very sad farewell today to a much-loved Zoo icon, Vang, the female White-cheeked Gibbon.
Vang arrived at Melbourne Zoo on January 18, 1981, when she was donated by a member of the public.
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