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Have you met the wild wildlife of Australia Zoo?

Australia Zoo is world famous as the home of over 1200 amazing animals from the koalas, kangaroos, and crocodiles of Australia to the tigers of Asia and India, the giraffe, rhino and zebra of Africa and so many more. However, what many of our wonderful guests are surprised to learn during their v...

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Animal Facts - Fact 13 Crocodilians

Crocodiles have salt glands, whereas alligators don't.

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Naomi the Platypus

Age: Juvenile Sex: Weight: 195gms Found: Naomi was found in a concrete car park in Morayfield, Queensland after she wandered from her home in a nearby creek, possibly disoriented in the recent high temperatures. ...

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Bindi Wildlife Adventures #11 - A Giant Rescue

Book #11 in Bindi's Wildlife Adventure Series Bindi and her family are in Cambodia working with an elephant conservation group. They're helping to find non-violent ways for local villagers to deter elephants from destroying their crops. Bindi notices a Cambodian teenager who is more interested in...

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Kaitlyn the Sumatran Tiger

Kaitlyn and her brother and sister, Bashii and Maneki, came to Australia Zoo from a park in Indonesia. They are extremely valuable genetically to the Sumatran Tiger captive breeding program so we are very privileged to have them here.  Kaitlyn is now even more special to us since she...

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