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Pretty paddles … The hind legs of a baby Saltwater Crocodile from Wild Life Sydney in Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Tiny toes … The hind leg of a Hosmers Skink from Wild Life Sydney in Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Snappy snapped … A baby Saltwater Crocodile from Wild Life Sydney in Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Eyeballed … A Magnificent Tree Frog from Wild Life Sydney in Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Too close for comfort … A Green Tree Python from Wild Life Sydney in Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Pale python … An Albino Darwin Carpet Python from Wild Life Sydney in Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Leafy green … The torso of a Goliath Stick Insect from Wild Life Sydney in Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Up close … A Blue Tongue Lizard from Wild Life Sydney in Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Scaled up … The hind leg of an Inland Bearded Dragon in Wild Life Sydney at Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Pretty pattern … An Intergrade Carpet / Diamond python from Wild Life Sydney in Darling Harbour. Picture: Brett Costello

Sydney Wildlife World has welcomed the birth of baby koala Boonda. Boonda spent the morning sleeping inside mother Elle’s pouch. Picture: Cameron Richardson

Estela the baby Spider Monkey was born mid January 2011 at Melbourne Zoo and now weighs 600grams. Picture: Alex Coppel

Taronga Zoo animals beat the heat. Baby Asian elephant Pathi Harn cooling down in the pool. Picture: Justin Lloyd

Taronga animals beat the heat. A lioness cool’s down in the summer heat with an ice block. Picture: Justin Lloyd

Taronga animals beat the heat. Meerkat’s at the zoo seeking shade on the sand. Picture: Justin Lloyd

Taronga animals beat the heat. The Oriental Small-clawed Otter’s feasting on their ice lollies. Picture: Justin Lloyd

Taronga animals beat the heat. Tiquie a Brazilian Tapir gets a hose down by her keepers. Picture: Justin Lloyd

Kriba, a western lowland gorilla, cradling her new born female baby Kipenzi in their enclosure at Taronga Zoo, Mosman in Sydney. Kriba gave birth to Kipenzi on 15/01/2011 and her birth is vital addition to the international breeding program as western lowland gorillas are classified as critically endangered. Picture: Justin Lloyd


A Sunda clouded leopard from Borneo taken by an automated camera-trap set up by the Conservation of Carnivores in Tangkulap Forest Reserve on Sabah. Tests have proven a long held belief that Borneo’s Sunda clouded leopard is really a different subspecies from its Indonesian relative, researchers said. AFP PHOTO

Who ape all the pies? It looks like this orangutan got more than her share of the Christmas hamper. Louise Bleakly snapped the portly primate as she lazed by a tree after over-indulging. The sedentary creature soaked up the midday sun at Taman Safari Park near Jakarta, Indonesia — and was too lazy to even swing on the trees and ropes.Pictured: the orangutan can hardly move. Picture: Louise Bleakly / solentnews.co.uk

Monkey magic … A spider monkey holds zoo keeper Kate Sanders’ pen, taken during the ZSL London Zoo’s annual stocktake on January 1, 2011 in London. The Zoo is home to over 16,000 animals from over 700 different species including over 10,000 invertebrates, 4,700 fish and 100 reptiles. Picture: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

Three white lion cubs first public appearance at the city zoo in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The cubs were born on Nov. 16, 2010. According to zoo officials these are the first white lions to be born in South America. Picture: AP Photo/Eduardo Di Baia

Cold comfort … Two Indian elephants eat snow on January 4, 2011 at Prague Zoo in the Czech capital. Picture: AFP / MICHAL CIZEK

Weigh in … Cane toad Agathe sits on a toy balance during an inventory at the zoo in Hanover Germany, on January 5, 2011. All habitants of the zoo are to be counted, weighed and measured during the week long inventory. Agathe has a weight of 1850 grams. Picture: AFP / HOLGER HOLLEMANN

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