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Zoos Victoria has ceased all supply arrangements with Laverton Knackery following the presentation of evidence from Animals Australia showing inhumane treatment of horses at their premise.
Baby Sumatran Orang-utan Dewi has celebrated her birthday with a special gluten-free cake and toys.
She also enjoyed the festively-wrapped gift and treat boxes!
Visitors value the beautiful garden setting of Australia’s first zoo.
During Garden Weekend on November 24th and 25th, they can meet the horticultural team that keeps it all looking so great!
Rothschild’s Giraffe Tanzi is on her way to Mogo Zoo in N.S.W., due to arrive midmorning tomorrow.
keepers enticed Tanzi into her travelling crate before 7am today, using tempting taste treats to encourage her to go inside.
On Thursday 25 October, the entire herd of unique elephant sculptures were sold at a spectacular auction event raising more than $450,000 to contribute to Zoos Victoria’s wildlife conservation efforts.
A City Circle tram has been dressed up to feature Zoos Victoria’s 20 priority native threatened species.
Just in time for the official Anniversary to be celebrated on Saturday 6 October, Channel Nine News will present, 'Melbourne Zoo celebrates 150 Years'.
The 50 exciting elephant sculptures created for the Mali in the City public art project celebrating the Zoo’s 150th birthday are now on view at the Zoo.
Distinguished primatologist Dr. Ian Singleton visited Melbourne Zoo today to highlight the plight of the endangered Sumatran Orang-utan.
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