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Meet the animals at this Brisbane, Australia zoo. Get the latest zoo news and find out when their feeding times are.
http://www.almaparkzoo.com.au/
Check out the official site of the TV show Crocodile Hunter and the Australia Zoo.
http://www.crocodilehunter.com/
Supports research into Australian birds, publishes scientific papers, and trains banders. Learn how birds are studied too.
http://www.absa.asn.au/
Features news and information about Australia's native animals.
http://www.australianwildlife.com.au/
Explore this wildlife park near Townsville in Queensland, Australia. Check out profiles of some of their animals or learn more about the park itself.
http://www.billabongsanctuary.com.au/
Let Scrappy the Dog be your host around this cool environmental site. Learn earth-friendly tips, or if you live in Australia, learn how you can volunteer for the next litter cleanup.
http://www.cleanup.com.au/
Learn how this organization is helping out bats and read about flying foxes.
http://www.sydneybats.org.au/
Dedicated to the preservation of Australian wildlife including koalas, kangaroos, wombats, possum, and dingos. Site includes pictures, facts, and park information.
http://www.koala.net/
Tigers, koalas, kangas, and more welcome you to Victoria, Australia.
http://www.zoo.org.au/
Everything you need to know about the zoo! Includes information on major exhibits including African Savannah, Buttefly House, Birds, Wetlands, and Alinta Reptile Encounter.
http://www.perthzoo.wa.gov.au/
Australian pet owners discuss how to care for animals.
http://www.petnet.com.au/
Learn more about the mysteries of reefs.
http://www.reef.edu.au/
Curriculum, activities, photographs, and a visual library about the coral reefs.
http://www.reefed.edu.au/
Find out how this organization is trying to save the wildlife and natural elements within Australia and Oceania.
http://www.wwf.org.au/