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On Wednesday, 3 August 2016, the female elephants Temi, Mangala, Panang and Steffi were introduced to their renovated home and have since been testing the new Elephant House at Hellabrunn Zoo for stability and construction defects. Meanwhile, work on the outdoor enclosure has been delayed due to heavy rainfall.Read more


On Saturday, 6 August 2016, the Murnau-Werdenfels cow with the unlikely name Goat turns 20. This is a record age for cattle. To celebrate the achievement, the keepers at Hellabrunn Zoo are making a birthday cake, which will be presented to the birthday cow at 2 pm on Saturday.Read more


On Wednesday, 27 July 2016, Hellabrunn opened an Asian restaurant at the zoo. The new concession stand, designed in a traditional Far Eastern architectural style, was erected on the site of the former Lion restaurant. The landscape around the new Asian eaterie, which includes the area between the nearby lion, elephant and tortoise outdoor...Read more


Those who are interested in exotic ghost insects, hairy spider legs and scaly reptiles such as snakes and lizards will encounter a special place. Hellabrunn Zoo's newly opened Discovery Cave in the Jungle World features creepy crawlies and reptiles in all shapes and sizes and specifically caters for guided tours for children and adult as well as...Read more


5 July: Mayor and Hellabrunn chairman Christine Strobl and zoo director Rasem Baban had just finished a press conference on the successful fiscal year 2015 when the Deputy Head of Sales informed the press office that the millionth visitor has just passed through the zoo gates.Read more


The zoo recorded its second best visitor attendance figures since 1911, the indoor and outdoor enclosures for the apes were completely renovated and reopened to the public, and at long last a calf was born to the endangered Indian rhinoceros at Hellabrunn. Munich Hellabrunn AG reviews a very successful fiscal year 2015 - zoologically and...Read more


The photography exhibition "Wild Germany" opens at Hellabrunn Zoo on 1 July 2016. The exhibitions features the work of the wildlife photography Norbert Rosing and captures the beauty of German nature and wildlife from Wadden Sea on the northern coast to the Zugspitze in the southern border.Read more

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