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As a conservation charity, our breeding programs are so important to ensure our amazing animals are around for many years to come – as either ambassadors for their wild cousins, breeding for release or insurance populations for some animals that are actually extinct in the wild – a sad fact but true. That why our zoos are so important.

We know you are working with us and you understand how important this work is to the future of these amazing animals and their survival.

With this work we do not only helps our zoos, but our backyard, our region and our planet.

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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.

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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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