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Hamilton Island koalas continue to thrive post-cyclone!

Winter can only mean one thing for Australia's native wildlife, koala joeys! With koala breeding season running from the end of the year until early February, by the time the cooler weather hits the koala joeys that have been growing inside of their mum's pouches are ready to greet the world....

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Animal Facts - Fact 56 Boas and Pythons

Like most pythons, the Carpet Python has heat sensitive pits on their upper and lower lips, which help them detect the body heat of their prey.

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Bethanie the Koala Joey

Age: 18 months Sex: Weight: 1.9kgs Found: Young Bethanie was found on the side of the road in Petrie, Queensland, with her mother nowhere in sight. Transported to: The Moreton Bay Koala ...

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Prickles the Short-beaked Echidna

Prickles is a very special little echidna. He was a patient at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital after being found with an eye condition that left him blind. Because of his condition, he was unable to be released into the wild. Prickles loves his home at Australia Zoo and the other echidnas he ...

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