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Miu, the female red panda, is delighted to have a new sponsor: As part of a long-term sponsorship agreement, Sana Kliniken Solln Sendling GmbH, in cooperation with Hellabrunn Zoo, will support the Red Panda Network, a project dedicated to the conservation of wild red panda in Nepal.
Visitors now have an opportunity to watch live footage of polar bear mum, Giovanna, and her newborn cub in the mothering den. A video link of Giovanna and her cub will be broadcast in an exhibition room at the Species Conservation Center from 9 am to 5 pm, daily.
Henry, the maned wolf, now has a new companion: Arken recently arrived in Munich from Nordens Ark zoo in Hunnebostrand, Sweden.
From 2 December 2016 to 8 January 2017, Hellabrunn Zoo will host the touring exhibition Climate Factor – Man at the Species Conservation Center. The exhibition by the Bavarian Environmental Agency aims to provide answers to topical questions on climate change, including the impact it is already having in Bavaria and what awaits us in the future.
Three years after the birth of twins at Hellabrunn, the zoo welcomes the birth of yet another polar bear baby. At 3:06 pm, on 21 November, the female polar bear Giovanna gave birth to a healthy cub.
Visitors to Hellabrunn Zoo now have an opportunity to observe Bactrian camels and Przewalski’s horses living together in the same outdoor enclosure. The socialisation of the two species is exciting, not only for visitors. It also provides enrichment for the animals.
In a survey of the most popular tourist attractions in Germany, foreign visitors ranked Hellabrunn Zoo in 23rd place of the Top 100. The results of the survey also reveal that Hellabrunn is now the number one attraction in Greater Munich and the fifth most popular in Bavaria. The top attraction nationwide is Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg.