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Australia Zoo and RACQ join forces in support of wildlife

The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital and Wildlife Rescue Unit are set to receive a significant boost with the announcement of a partnership between Australia Zoo and Queensland's peak motoring organisation, ...

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Animal Facts - Fact 67 Kangaroos

Male Red Kangaroos fight for the right to mate with an oestrus female (receptive to mating). Only the strongest males are successful.

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Saboo and Jemima the Common Brushtail Possums

Age: Saboo - Adult Jemima - Juvenile Sex: Female Weight: Saboo 2.66kg, Jemima 560gms Found: Saboo and Jemima were found by a member of the public after being hit by a car, going approximately 70km per hour. ...

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Nuebi the Barking Owl

Nuebi is our very handsome Barking Owl that just loves a good scratch.  He was born in September 2005 and has been with us ever since.  He gets super excited before flying in our 'Bird of Prey' show and just loves to fly through the crowd.  He is an extremely agile flie...

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The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital is the busiest wildlife treatment facility in Australia, and has treated over 50,000 animals since opening in 2004. Next time you're at Australia Zoo, be sure to visit this amazing facility. You can book a Wildlife Hospital guided tour through the Information and Tour Desk inside the Zoo (or by phone: 07 5436 2002), or visit the "sneak peek" area - just follow the signs at the Wildlife Hospital entrance. Each patient costs an average of $150 to treat, with treatment for koalas averaging $1200 each. Help us continue Steve Irwin's dream and make a donation to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital at http://www.wildlifewarriors.org.au/wildlife_hospital Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital 24-hour emergency hotline: Phone: 1300 369 652

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