WILD LIFE Sydney joined other zoos at Martin Place in Sydney
today in recognition of National Threatened Species Day.
National Threatened Species Day is held every year on 7th
September to commemorate the death of the last remaining Tasmanian
Tiger in 1936. Australia has the highest rate of mammal extinction
of any continent, and as an industry, we use National Threatened
Species Day to highlight the pressure on wildlife, and highlight
the good work that is done.
There are many factors that lead to species becoming endangered
or threatened, including habitat loss, cars, and feral animals. We
can help in our everyday activities by supporting healthy habitats
through not littering, and planting trees; and being a responsible
WILD LIFE Sydney replicated our Gumtree Valley Habitat at Martin
Place with some of our incredible animals, including Terry the
Red-tailed Black Cockatoo, Fiona the Bush-stone Curlew, Candii the
Sugar-Glider and Buu the Koala.
You can meet see all of these animals and more everyday here at
WILD LIFE Sydney, and learn more about what you can do to help the
plight of these threatened Australian Animals.
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