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Slow Lorises at Perth Zoo
New Ambassador Animals highlight the threats 'adorable' wildlife face!
Emperors Arrive at Perth Zoo
Mini-moustached monkeys are the latest in Perth Zoo's baby boom!
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The animals and plants at Perth Zoo are from all corners of the globe. Find out more with these informative fact sheets and explore your world.

Asian Elephants at Perth Zoo, Tricia and Permai, holding their trunks above their heads for the camera.
An adult and juvenile Giraffe touching heads
Sumatran Orangutan at Perth Zoo
Sumatran Tiger walk in its enclosure at Perth Zoo
A Sun Bear laying on a log with its head resting on crossed paws
Close up of a Red Kangaroo in the Australian Bushwalk at Perth Zoo
A group of Little Penguins standing beneath a rock ledge at Perth Zoo
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Latest from the blog

Mini-moustached monkeys are the latest arrivals at Perth Zoo, which is experiencing a baby boom at the moment!

We recently welcomed two Slow Lorises, who have come to Perth Zoo as ‘Ambassador Animals’ for their species.

Perth Zoo educator showing some school boys an echidna
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Numbat showing its stripes
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Close up of a Sun Bear
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