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09.02.17

Hellabrunn zoo is now home to three moustached monkeys. In Europe, the blue-faced primates can only be seen in zoos in Munich and Gelsenkirchen in Germany and Beauval in France.Read more

08.02.17

Now that the little female cub has taken her first steps and begun to explore Hellabrunn's mothering den, peace and quiet for mum Giovanna will slowly but surely become a thing of the past.Read more

01.02.17

On Wednesday, 1 February, the veterinary staff at Hellabrunn Zoo were finally able to conduct the first health check on the recently born polar bear cub. They determined with certainty that the cub is a girl, weighing an impressive 8.4 kilos.Read more

26.01.17

As with all companies, Hellabrunn Zoo also conducts an annual stocktake at the end of the year. The annual stocktake for 2016 concluded that 18,992 animals and 758 species currently reside at Hellabrunn.Read more

18.01.17

The jungle world has a new resident: Sangke, the male fishing cat, has arrived to keep the female Luzi company.Read more

10.01.17

For the past 50 days since giving birth, polar bear mum Giovanna has been snuggling with her cub inside Hellabrunn’s mothering den. During this time, the baby polar bear has not only grown in size and weight, but also made its first attempts to crawl. The little cub has also begun to pester mum more and more.Read more

05.01.17

The arrival of the first snowfall at Hellabrunn Zoo creates a special atmosphere: while outdoors many of the native and tropical animals can be seen enjoying the first snow of the year, inside the Elephant House, Jungle Pavilion and Jungle World the pleasantly warm temperatures leave visitors with a feeling of wanderlust.Read more

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