Koala Ultrasound Machine

Featherdale’s partnership with GE Health resulted in the donation of a state-of-the-art diagnostic ultrasound machine which helps to identify fertility and breeding availability as well as injuries and illness.  It is used across the species but most frequently for the koala community with females being scanned to check fertility and pregnancy.  There are currently over 40 koalas at Featherdale and in its’ 49 years of operation, the Park has successfully bred over 210 koalas.  We share the benefits of this machine which is often also used by other zoos such as Taronga,

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