"Taronga has, and always will, be a critical part of the community and while temporarily we won't be welcoming guests on site, we are so proud to continue to deliver some of the amazing stories from our two zoos right into your home," said Cameron Kerr, Chief Executive of Taronga Conservation Society Australia.
"There's so much for guests to experience when exploring our two zoos, but there's also so much that goes on behind-the-scenes that normally goes unseen. From watching how our keepers care for and form close bonds with their animals to the vital conservation work that helps safeguard some of our most precious native wildlife. This is our chance to share some great stories, like what goes on behind the doors of our two hospitals where are critical care work continues, while also providing entertaining and educating content for those at home," he added.
Taronga TV is set to encourage a connection with environmental and wildlife conservation while enjoying Taronga's unique wildlife.
Taronga TV will be releasing new videos daily on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and online via tarongatv.com.