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A face to face meeting with a lion is a sobering experience and most are grateful for the glass that divides lions from humans at Werribee, where these powerful and impressive animals may be seen at very close range. To help fight species extinction, visit: www.zoo.org.au/adopt

A face to face meeting with a lion is a sobering experience and most are grateful for the glass that divides lions from humans at Werribee, where these powerful and impressive animals may be seen at very close range. To help fight species extinction, visit: www.zoo.org.au/adopt

Sumatran Orang-utan mother Maimunah and her baby Dewi out and about in their enclosure on January 18 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. #labelpalmoil #iwantthechoice #dontpalmusoff

Sumatran Orang-utan mother Maimunah and her baby Dewi out and about in their enclosure on January 18 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. #labelpalmoil #iwantthechoice #dontpalmusoff

North China leopards, or Chinese leopards, are an extremely endangered species of leopard in Malaysia, and an important member of the big cats.

North China leopards, or Chinese leopards, are an extremely endangered species of leopard in Malaysia, and an important member of the big cats.

The meerkat is not a cat, it is a member of the civet family, which includes the otter and mongoose. You can help us fight extinction by adopting the Meerkat at www.zoo.org.au/adopt

The meerkat is not a cat, it is a member of the civet family, which includes the otter and mongoose. You can help us fight extinction by adopting the Meerkat at www.zoo.org.au/adopt

Related to the Indian Wolf, the Dingo is genetically distinct after 5,000 years isolation. New research suggests that this iconic predator could help restore natural order to the bush. Help us care for wild places by adopting a Dingo at www.zoo.org.au/adopt

Related to the Indian Wolf, the Dingo is genetically distinct after 5,000 years isolation. New research suggests that this iconic predator could help restore natural order to the bush. Help us care for wild places by adopting a Dingo at www.zoo.org.au/adopt

The sturdy and mostly solitary wombat is native to Australia and is the largest burrowing herbivorous mammal in the world.  You can help us fight extinction by adopting the wombat at www.zoo.org.au/adopt

The sturdy and mostly solitary wombat is native to Australia and is the largest burrowing herbivorous mammal in the world. You can help us fight extinction by adopting the wombat at www.zoo.org.au/adopt

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