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Miller Park Zoo Species Survival Plan scores success

Thu, 18 Oct 2012 14:24:52 CDT
By: Charlie Schlenker

Miller Park Zoo Species Survival Plan scores success The Miller Park Zoo in Bloomington has two new Wallaroos. Zoo workers have seen the babies or joeys of the Common Wallaroos poking heads or tails out of their mothers pouches. They estimate the Wallaroos are about seven months old. The Wallaroo is the third largest type of Kangaroo native to Australia. Miller Park Zoo is one of only two institutions successfully breeding the protected species. There have been six births in the last two years.
   

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