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Zoo animals mark Youth Day

TEENS of a different kind – chimps and hornbills – are taking part in Youth Day, with enrichment activities planned to keep them entertained.
*Zoo offers interships
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Zoo offers internships

UNEMPLOYED people, particularly students and youth, can apply for internships and positions under the work creation project at the Joburg Zoo.
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Joburg Zoo gets in a flap

THERE will be much chirping and tweeting when scores of children visit the Johannesburg Zoo Eco Birds Day.
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Learn to talk to animals

THE world renowned animal communicator, Amelia Kinkade, holds a lecture at the Joburg Zoo, where she will teach people to understand their animals.
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New acting CEO for the zoo

LOUISE Gordon, the new acting CEO of the Johannesburg Zoo, has over two decades of experience working for the organisation.
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Learn about birds

THE annual Sasol Birds and Birding Fair promises plenty of activity and learning about raptors and conservation at the Johannesburg Zoo.
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Join the zoo’s Easter Hunt

CHOCOLATE eggs, fun, entertainment, treasure hunt – there’s loads to do at the zoo during the Cadbury Easter Treasure Hunt.
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New zoo babies on display

THE Joburg Zoo has five new babies including a Central African monkey, colourful Asian squirrels and two rare scimitar horned oryx in a welcome beginning to the year.
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Zoo lion being assessed

THE lioness that attacked zoo keeper Johannes Ramonetha is being assessed, but is said to be in good health by the zoo's veterinarian.
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Mosaic brightens up zoo

NURSERY rhymes and colourful pictures have been mosaicked on to a wall at the Joburg Zoo’s farmyard to add to children’s delight.
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Zoo keeper loves his job

IT may be hard work, with more than a hint of real danger, but Richard Shirinda is devoted to his charges at the Johannesburg Zoo.
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Condolences for lion attack

THE City is helping the family and colleagues of Johannes Ramonetha, who was attacked and killed by a lioness at the Joburg Zoo’s conservation farm in Parys.
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Zoo animals show the love

SOME animals have been paired at the zoo for many years, and are still going strong, having settled into an easy compatibility.
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Wetlands are zoo’s focus

ACTIVITIES have been lined up at the Johannesburg Zoo to place wetlands, their importance and their conservation firmly in the public’s eye.
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Photographer’s dream is closer

ARMED with a new camera won in a photography competition at the Joburg Zoo, an aspirant wildlife photographer has plans to pursue the art.
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Full February calendar at zoo

WETLANDS are on the agenda in February, with the zoo drawing attention to their importance. There are also other fun things to do this month.
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Learn about endangered species

THIS month, the Johannesburg Zoo is focusing on endangered species, with tours visiting its animals that are threatened and even extinct in the wild.
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Holiday fun at Joburg Zoo

THE Johannesburg Zoo has a full season planned this holiday, from behind-the-scenes visits to ferry rides, art to play. Various programmes target young, old and families.
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Flamingos in the pink at zoo

THE flock of flamingos at Johannesburg Zoo is growing swiftly. This year, another 10 birds joined the family. Two of them are being hand-reared.
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Dinosaurs at the zoo

TWO dinosaurs stalk the Joburg Zoo, and they’re hungry. But Plastosaurus and Kanasaurus are after your litter, not your lunch.
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