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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2016
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 53 Mogo encounters at Mogo Zoo Amazing animal AW3030213 Mogo Zoo announced the name of their latest baby Rothschild’s giraffe recently in celebration of World Giraffe Day. The winning bidder to name the baby born on January 27 was a Batemans Bay family, with all proceeds going towards the Mogo Zoo Foundation to help support their work with endangered animals. The name Oni was chosen after the family’s daughter, Makadde Ethell, 11, discovered it was a traditional African girls name meaning “to be born on sacred ground”. Makadde met with zoo owner Sally Padey (pictured) for a personal introduction to Oni and the herd. Oni is the fifth pure Rothschild’s giraffe to be born at Mogo Zoo. Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo situated 10km south of Batemans Bay in the picturesque and historic gold mining village of Mogo. It is home to over 200 animals of more than 42 rare and exotic species, including the white lions of Timbavati. Mogo Zoo also has the largest collection of primates in any private zoo in Australia. Enjoy keeper talks and feeding sessions. The zoo is open 9am until 5pm seven days a week (except Christmas Day) and a minimum two hours is recommended to tour the premises. Tall order to find name