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Emperor Tamarin baby
Emperors Arrive at Perth Zoo

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

Slow Loris
Slow Lorises at Perth Zoo

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

Giraffe Calf
We Have a Giraffe Calf

We have a new Zoo family member! Yesterday at 5:29pm we were delighted to welcome into the world a female giraffe calf born to mother, Kitoto and bull, Armani.

Roaring for Big Cats on World Wildlife Day

This Saturday (March 3rd) marks World Wildlife Day and the theme this year is “Big cats, predators under threat.” Tigers are one of those big cats facing a huge population decline, 95% over the last 100 years!

Paddy and Cerdik
Otter-ly in Love

This Valentine’s Day we thought we would feature one of our most adorable couples at Perth Zoo. Forget Romeo and Juliet, we have Paddy and Cerdik, our Asian Small-clawed Otters, and we are certain their romance will have a far happier ending.

Sweet Life for Sun Bears

It’s no lie that bears like honey! This morning, Jamran and Bopha, our two resident Sun Bears were buzzing with excitement when they discovered a bounty of honeycomb in their exhibit.

Wendy Blakely
Painted Dog Conservation Artisans

What do you think this is made from? Copper? Barbed wire (getting closer)…

Vic and Pepe
Meet Perth Zoo's Ambassador Cockatoos

It’s a very special day for our feathered friends today, National Bird Day*. A perfect opportunity to introduce you to two of our ambassador birds, Pepe and Vic.

Hsing Hsing
Zoo Saddened By Passing of ‘HSING HSING’ The Orangutan

Perth Zoo has been saddened by the passing over the weekend of ‘Hsing Hsing’, the oldest male Sumatran Orangutan in the Zoo’s colony.

baby tamarin sitting on Dad's back
Mo Wonder During Mo-vember

The patriarch of Perth Zoo’s tamarin family is turning heads, not just for his impressive moustache, but also due to the adorable baby tamarin seen clinging to his back.