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Cheeky Chimps

Our chimp troop have big personalities and are helping keep this endangered species swinging.

Greater Bilbies

Our bilbies have had amazing breeding success for re-introduction to the wild.

Charismatic Cheetahs

Our beautiful cheetah play an important role in breeding for this vulnerable species.

Fiesty Devils

Our cheeky devils are helping build an insurance population in the fight against cancer among Tassie devils.

Gorgeous Gibbons

Our wonderful and growing gibbon family love swinging and singing.

Ginormous Giraffe

As the most successful giraffe breeding institution in Australasia, Monarto Zoo has helped keep giraffes standing tall.

Happy Hippopotamus

Our hippo has been delighting visitors since the 1960’s.

Magnificent Lions

With amazing breeding success, Monarto Zoo is home to one of the largest lion prides in Australia.

Merry Meerkats

Our inquisitive meerkat mob love exploring, playing and keeping a watchful eye on passers by.

Stunning Orangutans

Our Sumatran Orangutans are all full of personality and intelligence, never ceasing to amaze.

Giant Pandas

The ever-endearing Wang Wang and Fu Ni are part of a vital breeding and conservation program.

Remarkable Rhinoceros

Our Rhinos love their keepers and are part of a breeding program helping build the region’s insurance population.

Majestic Tigers

Our Sumatran Tigers can’t get enough of relaxing, eating and playing.

Red Tailed Black Cockatoo

These inquisitive birds love exploring and are ambassadors for important conservation work happening in the field.

Western Swamp Tortoise

Western Swamp Tortoises are amazing little animals and one of the oldest reptiles on the planet.

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Your valuable contribution will provide the much-needed funds to allow us to continue this work and achieve our mission. Donations of more than $2 are 100% tax deductible and will receive an official tax receipt once payment is processed.

Do you love Chimpanzees and want to meet world-renowned primatologist Jane Goodall?

To celebrate Jane’s visit to Adelaide in May, we’re giving away some awesome prizes to our dedicated chimp Animal Adopters!

Our amazing troop of chimp adopters will go in the draw to win a swinging first prize – two spots at an intimate group lunch with Jane Goodall. They’ll also go in the draw to win the chance for them and a friend to attend Jane’s only public speaking event in Adelaide as part of her May tour.

Not an adopter? Don’t worry! Sign up to become a chimp adopter before 30 April and you’ll be included in the draw. A regular monthly donation of $10 or more to Zoos SA will help us not only to provide our animal residents with the highest quality daily and medical care, but will also help us contribute to vital breeding programs, both within our zoo gates and beyond.

 

 

Terms and conditions: Entry open to all Australian Residents, must be Zoos SA Chimpanzee adopters by 30 April 2019. Competition closes 30 April 2019. Winners will be drawn 1 May 2019 at Zoos SA, Frome Road, Adelaide SA 5000, and notified within 7 days. 1st prize is two (2x) tickets to an intimate group lunch with Jane Goodall, 2nd prize is two (2x) tickets to Jane Goodall’s public speaking event in Adelaide. Prizes can not be paid out in cash and are non-transferable.

Donate to help save species

As a conservation charity, we rely heavily on our supporters to help us continue our valuable breeding and conservation programs. When you donate to Zoos SA, you’re helping to care for the wonderful animals in our zoos and support our conservation projects in the wild. We love being able to help save incredible species like the mainland Tammar Wallaby and the Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroo.

Where does your money go?

Every dollar you contribute makes a big difference in helping to save species from extinction and connect people with nature. To learn more about us visit the annual reports section of our website.

 

 

 

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About Zoos SA

Zoos SA is a not-for-profit conservation charity that exists to connect people with nature and save species from extinction.

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