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Join these bestie beasties on RTÉjr and RTÉ Player from Monday, 4 October!
The show is back with three specials over three nights in conjunction with the festival.
Zookpeeper Brendan chats his colleague Susan O'Brien who looks after the Scimitar-horned Oryx.
In this episode we find out if sloths deserve the reputation of being 'lazy'.
There is a lot of tension in the show. Relax, it's not between hosts Julie and Phil, it's on the surface of water!
We learn all about the Western Lowland Gorillas who live in Dublin Zoo.
Our friends at The Marine Institute have some cool videos to help us learn about the creatures that just float through life!
RTÉjr Radio have teamed up with Dublin Zoo to bring you a brilliant new series!
Thanks to our friends at Dublin Zoo this new series will teach us more about the animals there and we get to meet the people ...
Our friends at The Marine Institute have some cool facts about the waters around our green island surrounded by blue seas.
The week-long celebration of trees has moved online, and you can find out about some of the events here!
Deer are Ireland's largest land mammal. There are three species of wild deer - Red deer, Fallow deer, and Sika deer.
Hedgehogs roll up into a ball when attacked and can stay like this for hours, but usually they just roll up enough to protect their ...
Hares avoid danger by running quickly on all fours and are highly maneuverable.
The lesser horseshoe bat is one of Ireland's smallest bats and easily recognised because of the horseshoe-shaped piece of cartilage surrounding its nostrils.
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