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The Lions at Werribee Open Range Zoo are enjoying a new addition to their home – a custom made ‘jungle gym’, that provides opportunities for the growing pride to play, socialise and explore.
This week at Werribee Open Range Zoo, visitors are invited to a very special celebration – Hippo Pansy’s third birthday!
Werribee Open Range Zoo has welcomed a very special new arrival, a female Scimitar-horned Oryx calf born to mum Sheba and dad Manyevu on 4 October.
While November might be the month of the moustache, it’s also a special time for beards and Bison lovers!
Werribee Open Range Zoo’s much-loved, elderly Lion Tombo passed away late on Friday afternoon, 28 October 2016.
Zoo Veterinarians made the difficult decision to euthanise the aging Lion after his health deteriorated during the week.
With less than 1000 birds left in the wild, the Plains-wanderer is in imminent threat of extinction.
Ten-year-old Claudia Chapman-Ivetac has left no stone unturned in her efforts to aid the Endangered Przewalski's horse also known as the Mongolian Wild Horse.
Lion cubs Kito, Kashka and Kubwa will mark their first birthday at Werribee Open Range Zoo on Thursday 20 October, with Zoo Members invited to a special celebration.
In the wild, male lions rarely live beyond 10-14 years. One of our male lions, Tombo at Werribee Open Range Zoo is at the elderly age of 20 years and is monitored closely by our Keepers and Vets to check his health and quality of life.
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