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Irwins, buried treasure, and the Easter Binturong at Australia Zoo these holidays!

Well you’ve heard of the Easter Bunny, and likely the Easter Bilby, but have you heard of the Easter Binturong? Also known as a “bearcat”, the binturong is a beautiful animal native to South-East Asia. With his long white whiskers, ability to disguise himself into the ro...

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Animal Facts - Fact 32 Boas and Pythons

The female Burmese Python will coil her body around the eggs to protect and incubate them using muscular contractions (shivering) to keep them warm.

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Galaxy the Koala Joey

Age: 10 months Sex: Weight: 1.2kg Found: In a shed in Clontarf, QLD seeking shelter. Galaxy was orphaned after her mother was hit by a car. Transported to: The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hosp...

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Bubbles the Blue-and-gold Macaw

Bubbles joined the Wandering Wildlife crew in January 2009. He was donated to the Zoo at 12 years old, along with his friend Cuddles, a Scarlet Macaw. As his name suggests, Bubbles is a very friendly and bubbly bird who loves to say hello to everyone he meets. Bubbles is very popular amongst all ...

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