Hellabrunn experiences a baby boom not only in spring, the advent of autumn also coincides with a lot of newborn animals frolicking in the zoo.
The small Dahomey calf is still quite wobbly on his legs and hardly leaves his mum's side - he was after all only born a little over a week ago - but is getting stronger by the day. One of the most charming things about Quh, as the keepers have dubbed the little bull, is that he is smaller than a normal calf: Dahomey dwarf cattle are the smallest cattle in the world.
The Munich Zoo Hellabrunn was founded in 1911 as the first Geo-zoo worldwide. The animals live according to their geographic distribution in complex communities.
Hellabrunn’s Species Conservation Center is a unique forum where zoo visitors can access an amazing amount of information about the zoo’s many projects.