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We've had babies - shingleback babies!

We're still celebrating the month of love this February by welcoming two baby shingleback lizards to the Zoo family! Born just in time for Valentine's Day on February 14, the two babies are healthy and happy, exploring their new home with mum. This is incredibly special at Austral...

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Animal Facts - Fact 67 Kangaroos

The Red Kangaroo is the largest member of the 60 different macropod species.

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Diesel and Grease the Nankeen Kestrels

Age: Juvenile Sex: Weight: 100gms Found: Diesel and Grease were found soaked in oil in a garage in Blackwater, Queensland, after they'd flown the nest. Transported to: A wildlife carer k...

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Ladies Endangered Species Koala Charcoal T-Shirt

This T-Shirt is part of Australia Zoo's exclusive range of T-Shirts focusing on some of the world's endangered species. Our ladies Endangered Species Koala T-Shirt is fitted, and made from a soft summer weight 100% cotton featuring our 'Australia Zoo Beerwah Endangered Species' logo with ...

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Charlie the Bengal Tiger

Charlie was born at Mogo Zoo and was brought to Australia Zoo with his two sisters, Sunita and Mika, at only four weeks of age. Together, they are the only Bengal tigers here at Australia Zoo. Charlie can be a little nervous of new things at times, but he gains a lot of confidence from the keeper...

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