New species discovered behind a pub – then saved from extinction
Discovered behind a pub, the cobble skink narrowly avoided extinction. Today, the entire global population lives at the Auckland Zoo. This photo was taken to identify individuals by the markings on the sides of their heads.
Auckland Zoo is celebrating the arrival of its 32nd Giraffe calf! The six foot female was born to 13-year-old ‘Rukiya’, on April 23rd. Check out ZooBorns to learn more and see more! http://www.zooborns.com/zooborns/2015/05/auckland-zoo-welcomes-32nd-giraffe-calf.html
Monk Mackenzie and Glamuzina Patterson<br /> create angular giraffe shelter at Auckland Zoo
New Zealand Birds: Tui. Auckland Zoo Photography. Anjali Kay Photography. This Splendid Shambles.
Islands Aviary - Te Wao Nui, Auckland Zoo 2011 » Auckland Zoo Gallery
Exploded axonometric diagram of Giraffe-House-by-Monk-Mackenzie-with-Glamuzina-Patterson
High Country Aviary 1 - Te Wao Nui, Auckland Zoo 2011 (a href=/14/high-country-aviary-1-te-wao-237436 title=Link to Gallery: High Country Aviary 1 - Te Wao Nui, Auckland Zoo 2011 target=_blankGallery/a | a href=http://photos.zoochat.com/large/img_08252-162431.jpg title=Link to original image: High Country Aviary 1 - Te Wao Nui, Auckland Zoo 2011 target=_blankOriginal/a)
We have twins! We're excited to announce the birth of two Nepalese red panda cubs; two very valuable additions to the international breeding programme. Born on 3 January (each weighing approximately 100 grams), they are the second and third offspring of mum Bo and dad Sagar. http://www.aucklandzoo.co.nz/zoo-news/news/zoo-panda-births-boost-international-programme.aspx