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Trauma season strikes our Aussie wildlife

Spring is upon us and as the weather warms, breeding wildlife on the move become vulnerable to the booming holiday season. This leads to the busiest and most confronting time of the year at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, known as trauma season.  In the period from August to Feb...

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Animal Facts - Fact 106 Lizards

The average adult Rhinoceros Iguana is 2 feet in length (snout to vent).

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Flicker the Nankeen Kestrel

Age: Adult Sex: Female Weight: 376gms Found: At a place of residence in Sandstone Point east of Caboolture. Flicker had jesses attached to her legs and a radio tracker indicating that she was a captive bird. Where...

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Talking Steve Doll

Dressed in authentic khaki uniform this soft 14' Steve Irwin doll is a replica of the man himself. With the actual voice of Steve 'The Crocodile Hunter' Irwin you can hear him recite some of his famous expressions just by pressing his belly. Batteries included. Suitable for children aged 4 & ...

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Milo the Common Wombat

Milo is currently our only male wombat resident at the Zoo and the youngest, born in September 2013. Still following mum, Minibus, around wherever she goes, he is slowly growing into a very cheeky little boy trying to push his limits with our other adult wombats, especially during...

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Take a look at the incredible wildlife on the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, a 135,000 ha property in far North Queensland. This footage was filmed during the 2013 Crocodile Research trip on the reserve.

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