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Australia Zoo’s tigers earn their stripes with Australian release of Tigers About the House

Australia’s most-loved tiger cubs Hunter and Clarence (also known by their nicknames Spot and Stripe) are due to hit Australian TV screens this week, as Channel Nine’s multi-channel GEM shares the BBC2 documentary Tigers About the House.  Decrease font size ...

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Animal Facts - Fact 32 Boas and Pythons

Burmese Pythons require little more than their own body weight of food per year.

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Snitch the Northern Brown Bandicoot

Age: Adult Sex: Weight: 930gms Found: Caught amongst wire in a backyard pool under construction in Pomona, QLD. Transported to: The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital by a concerned member o...

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Prickles the Short-beaked Echidna

Prickles is a very special little echidna. Every week the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital receives hundreds of animal rescue calls, and this is how Prickles came to live with us at Australia Zoo. Prickles was diagnosed with Chlamydia, which left him with permanent eye damage and unable to...

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Melbourne artist Mitch Gobel has joined Australia Zoo animal artists in creating an amazing resin artwork; a donation to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors. The artwork symbolises Mitch's ongoing commitment to wildlife conservation, and marks his initial donation of $25,000 which will directly support Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors' largest project, the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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