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Bush Stone Curlew
Bush Stone Curlew

Bush Stone-Curlew

The Bush Stone-Curlew is mainly nocturnal and specialises in hunting small grassland animals such as frogs, spiders, insects, molluscs, crustaceans, snakes, lizards and small mammals. Despite their ungainly appearance, they are steady, fast and agile. The Bush Stone-Curlew’s can be seen in our Kangaroo Walk-about exhibit and Gumtree Valley exhibit.


Southern Cassowary
Southern Cassowary

Cassowary

Our cassowary is affectionately named Princess. Despite his feminine name, Princess is actually a male - just a cassowary who happens to be very high maintenance! Princess loves to have showers to cool down in the summer but he doesn't like to get his feet wet above his ankles! His favourite food includes grapes, cherry tomatoes and corn Armed with a large, sharp claw on his inner toe and a fearsome kick, it is easy to see how the cassowary earned the "World's Deadliest Bird" title.


Kookaburra
Kookaburra

Kookaburra

Our kookaburras at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo were rescued after being found injured from car strikes. Their injuries were too serious to be safely released to the wild so they live here as ambassadors to their counterparts in the wild. The merry kookaburra's distinctive, laughing call is one of the best-loved sounds of the Australian bush.


Princess Parrot
Princess Parrot

Princess Parrot

The princess parrot is a medium-sized parrot. Their feathers are mostly green with a pink throat, bluish crown, and bright green shoulders. The males have longer tail feathers and brighter colouring than females. The male also has a coral-red beak, while the female's is duller and has a greyish crown. WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo has an array of Princess Parrots which you can see in our Kangaroo Walk-about exhibit.


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