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After a 15-year hiatus, crocodiles finally return to Hellabrunn Zoo. There are now two crocodiles living at the zoo in Munich.Read more


World first at Hellabrunn Zoo: On 9 September, the recently born rhinoceros baby was finally presented to the public, offering visitors an opportunity to see the only Indian rhinoceros born in a zoo in 2015 worldwide. Mama rhino Rapti and her calf can now be seen in the Rhino House and its outdoor enclosure.Read more


On 4 September, a two-year-old female reticulated giraffe called Taziyah arrived at Hellabrunn Zoo from Brno Zoo in the Czech Republic. Taziyah’s new home will be the Giraffe Savannah at Hellabrunn Zoo. Read more


The visitors have voted: According to an analysis by TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel site with more than 250 million visitor reviews, Hellabrunn Zoo is the second most popular zoo in Germany. Read more


On 1 September, a most beautiful summer's day, Carmen Keleti, accompanied by her daughter Isabel (6 years), her good friend Lars Seyfert, and his two children Mia (6 years) and Johnny (3 years) entered Hellabrunn Zoo at 12:10 pm to become the millionth visitor for the year 2015.Read more


Mission accomplished! On Monday morning, 31 August, mama rhinoceros Rapti gave birth to a healthy baby rhino bull. The birth represents the first Indian rhino baby to be born in Europe in 2015.Read more


Hellabrunn Zoo invites visitors to participate in the event Bat Night. The international awareness-raising event offers an opportunity to learn interesting facts about the endangered bats and takes place on 29-30 August.Read more

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