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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...
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.
Hellabrunn Zoo is celebrating a wave of cute new arrivals that have generated plenty of excitement among children and adults alike.
On Wednesday, 15 June, Julius, the Chinese leopard, made the journey to his new home and has now arrived safe and sound in Hannover.
Julius, the Chinese Leopard, will soon be leaving Hellabrun Zoo. It's time to say goodbye to the elegant big cat.
Over 3,000 visitors attended the launch of Biodiversity Night at Hellabrunn Zoo on Saturday, 4 June, and despite the rain enjoyed a magical night at the Munich zoo.
With the unveiling of plans for the new Mill Village, Hellabrunn has made its first major step towards the realisation of the zoo's master plan. The current Children's Zoo will be transformed into a paradise of domestic biodiversity for little explorers.