The latest news
On 1 September, a most beautiful summer's day, Carmen Keleti, accompanied by her daughter Isabel (6 years), her good friend Lars Seyfert, and his two children Mia (6 years) and Johnny (3 years) entered Hellabrunn Zoo at 12:10 pm to become the millionth visitor for the year 2015.
Mission accomplished! On Monday morning, 31 August, mama rhinoceros Rapti gave birth to a healthy baby rhino bull. The birth represents the first Indian rhino baby to be born in Europe in 2015.
Hellabrunn Zoo invites visitors to participate in the event Bat Night. The international awareness-raising event offers an opportunity to learn interesting facts about the endangered bats and takes place on 29-30 August.
Rapti, the mother-to-be rhinoceros, is healthy and happy - and thus ready for the imminent birth.
In the heat of summer, the newly-born sea lions pups at the zoo are exploring the cold waters of their outdoor enclosure.
Lebenshilfe Werkstatt GmbH and Hellabrunn Zoo have joined forces to officially launch a cooperation project
The newly revamped enclosure at Hellabrunn Zoo now offers a better insight into the life of pelicans. The new design now allows visitors to view pelican chicks hatching, watch the impressive great whites feeding their grey-brown feathered hatchlings and marvel at their impressive wingspan up close.