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Taronga Zoo
4 hours 15 minutes ago. Facebook
Catherine is on the move! The Green Turtle we released last month has been exploring along the coast and up the Hawkesbury. Weโ€™re tracking her via a small satellite tracker attached to her shell, which is providing vital data on the migratory patterns of young marine turtles. Catherine was brought to Taronga for lifesaving care in July, after losing a flipper to a fishing line injury.
Taronga Zoo
12/09/2016 at 06:03. Facebook
We're seeing double! Taronga Western Plains Zoo is celebrating the birth of two sets of Ring-tailed Lemur twins. The babies will cling to their mothers until they are about four months old, but they have started to venture short distances away to play.

Photo by Rick Stevens
Taronga Zoo
yesterday at 05:54. Facebook
Our cheeky Franรงoisโ€™ Langur Embe looks like sheโ€™s ready for the weekend already! Embe is now over four months old and almost completely black except for a few remaining streaks of orange hair. @acisk posted this great snap on Instagram
Taronga Zoo
12/07/2016 at 06:04. Facebook
This little patient is starting to put on weight! The Little Penguin was brought to Taronga Wildlife Hospital last week after being rescued from a stormwater drain in Sydneyโ€™s inner west. Thin and very weak, the penguin is now eating well and building up its strength to return to the wild.
Taronga Zoo
12/07/2016 at 01:00. Facebook
Have you ever spotted a platypus in the wild? The platypusSPOT app launched at Taronga on Friday allows you to report your platypus sightings to researchers and contribute to the conservation of this iconic Australian species: [ Platypusspot.org Link ]

Photo by Gary Ramage
Taronga Zoo
12/06/2016 at 05:38. Facebook
We now have two hives with 30,000 to 40,000 bees each that can produce 40 kilos of honey! Stay tuned for more buzz on our bees.
Taronga Zoo
12/04/2016 at 04:33. Facebook
When you realise it's Monday tomorrow
Taronga Zoo
12/03/2016 . Facebook
Thank you to everyone who volunteered their time to create a magical night for children with chronic illnesses or disabilities and their families on Thursday! Taronga opened its gates after hours to more than 4,000 people as part of our annual Dreamnight event. Families enjoyed amazing animal experiences and special visits from everyone from the Sydney Swans to Darth Vader to Santa Claus himself.
Taronga Zoo
12/02/2016 at 07:36. Facebook
These pint-sized possums were hand-raised by Keeper Kia after their mum was struck by a car. They've grown a lot since this photo was taken and are now getting ready to enter a soft release program that will see them return to the wild.
Our troop of Cotton-top Tamarins have been busy investigating their new open-air exhibit. Check out these cheeky guys taking an inquisitive look at our GoPro, while keeper Suzie hangs up some tasty treats.
Widjii the Emu didn't want to miss out on meeting George and Peppa Pig today whilst they met Penny the Kangaroo and some of our young guests #PeppasOzHoliday
Lance and Esmerelda, our Aldabra Giant Tortoises definitely do make friends with salad!
It's Meerkat Monday! Did you know meerkats use their tail to balance when standing upright, as well as for signaling? Great snap by @skyes_wandering_eye on Instagram
Say hello to Sabai! Taronga Western Plains Zooโ€™s male Asian Elephant calf has been officially named 'Sabai', meaning peaceful, happiness, relaxed or comfortable in Thai.
We're very excited to announce a brand new addition to our Little Penguin colony! Can you spot the little fella hiding under mum?

To celebrate, Adventure World Travel is running a competition to name the chick along the theme of 'World's Greatest Explorers'.

You can enter here for a chance to win a meet and greet with our Little Penguins: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Congratulations to Taronga Western Plains Zoo on joining us in the NSW Tourism Awards Hall of Fame! Our sister zoo claimed Gold in the Tourist Attraction and Unique Accommodation categories at last night's awards ceremony: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Throwback to when our fuzzy little Sooty Owl Chicks were brand new in 2012. Dragon and Phoenix are now all grown up and you can see Dragon spreading her wings in our QBE Free Flight Bird Show.
There's no hiding from these ears!
Keeper Courtney snapped this cute portrait of our inquisitive Fennec Fox, Kebili. The smallest of the worldโ€™s foxes, Fennec Foxes have huge, bat-like ears to radiate body heat and keep cool in the Sahara sun.
Even a Tree Kangaroo needs a cool drink on a steamy Sydney day! Keeper Sam gives us 'bowls eye view' of Kwikila enjoying a splash of water this morning.
Young cheetahs Siri and Jelani have become besties over the past six months. The pair can often be spotted playing chase or resting together in the shade at Taronga Western Plains Zoo. Keeper Jordan shares more in our latest keeper blog: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Photos by Rick Stevens