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On Friday, 27 February, the Species Conservation Center at Hellabrunn Zoo will once again mark International Polar Bear Day with a special exhibition in which visitors can learn about the endangered species and how they are affected by climate change.
Over two million visitors passed through the gates of Hellabrunn Zoo in 2014. The zoo in Munich is and remains the most visited cultural and recreational attraction in Bavaria.
The meerkats at Hellabrunn Zoo now live in a cosy, winter home with rock features, where they are able to keep warm just like in their natural habitat in southern Africa, even when the temperature drops below zero.
A curious little joey is hopping with excitement in the agile wallaby enclosure at Hellabrunn Zoo. Only a few days ago, the newborn wallaby left its mother’s protective pouch for the first time.
Hellabrunn Zoo reopens Species Conservation Center with new permanent exhibition
Families love Hellabrunn. This has been confirmed in an online customer survey of 42,000 respondents on the most family-friendly enterprises in Germany. 400 companies from 58 sectors participated in the survey. The cross-sector study ranked Hellabrunn Zoo in 5th place in a list of the top family-friendly enterprises in Germany in 2014, verifying...
What do school paramedics and Hellabrunn Zoo have in common? Hellabrunn Zoo is actively involved in the conservation of species - school paramedics in Bavaria also lend their support to conservation projects. Members of the local School Paramedic Association (Verein Schulsani e.V.) have recently donated 170 no-longer-used mobile phones to...