Taronga Zoo is home to a vast array of native birds such as- Superb Parrots, Laughing Kookaburras, Regent Honeyeaters, Cockatoos, Galahs, and more.
Native to Australia, Greater Bilbies are marsupials and are the largest of the bandicoot family.
Bilbies large ears pick up sounds of insects and their long nose sniffs out seeds and bulbs - very useful for a night feeder. They dig underground burrows where they spend the daylight hours.
Bilbies were once widespread in grassy woodlands but predation by foxes and cats and competition from rabbits and livestock have driven them to the brink of extinction.
The Francois Langur is native to northeast Vietnam and south-eastern China. They are a medium-sized leaf-eating monkey
Taronga Zoo is home to a variety of different frog species such as Green and Golden Bell Frogs, Green Tree Frogs, Corroboree Frogs and many more.
These animals can be found on the west coast of Africa in the countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and the Ivory Coast.
The Sun Bear is the smallest of all the bears species and it gets its name from the golden crescent patch of fur on its chest, which is like a rising sun.