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Observational documentary series TARONGA: WHO’S WHO IN THE ZOO returns with new episodes tonight on Channel 9

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The award-winning observational documentary series, Taronga: Who’s Who In The Zoo, returns for another 12 compelling episodes.

Dual Academy Award Nominee Naomi Watts again lends her voice to this engaging series, as staff from Taronga Zoo in Sydney, and Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, face some of the most monumental challenges in the zoo’s history.

Grappling with the complications thrown up by the COVID-19 pandemic, a shutdown of the zoo to the general public, and subsequent re-opening, this has truly been a year like no other for the hundreds of keepers, vets and volunteers that make Taronga Zoo the magical place it is.

Throughout this uplifting series, keepers work tirelessly to ensure their beloved animals, are kept and cared for to the highest possible standards. 

The vets struggle with life and death on a daily basis, and the support and conservation staff work around the clock to give every species a fighting chance.

This season will include a rare and risky procedure on an aggressive Sumatran tiger, the tricky task of moving giraffes and lions into Taronga’s brand new 60-million-dollar African Savannah Precinct, and an incredible and emotional birth, that plays out in front of shocked zoo visitors.

TARONGA: WHO’S WHO IN THE ZOO, SEASON 2 – PREMIERES FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, AT 7.30PM ON CHANNEL 9 AND 9NOW

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The award-winning observational documentary series, Taronga: Who’s Who In The Zoo, returns for another 12 compelling episodes.

Dual Academy Award Nominee Naomi Watts again lends her voice to this engaging series, as staff from Taronga Zoo in Sydney, and Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, face some of the most monumental challenges in the zoo’s history.

Grappling with the complications thrown up by the COVID-19 pandemic, a shutdown of the zoo to the general public, and subsequent re-opening, this has truly been a year like no other for the hundreds of keepers, vets and volunteers that make Taronga Zoo the magical place it is.

Throughout this uplifting series, keepers work tirelessly to ensure their beloved animals, are kept and cared for to the highest possible standards. 

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The vets struggle with life and death on a daily basis, and the support and conservation staff work around the clock to give every species a fighting chance.

This season will include a rare and risky procedure on an aggressive Sumatran tiger, the tricky task of moving giraffes and lions into Taronga’s brand new 60-million-dollar African Savannah Precinct, and an incredible and emotional birth, that plays out in front of shocked zoo visitors.

TARONGA: WHO’S WHO IN THE ZOO, SEASON 2 – PREMIERES FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, AT 7.30PM ON CHANNEL 9 AND 9NOW

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