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From A for anteater to Z for zebra – you can explore the fascinating world of animals in the buzzing heart of the city of Berlin.
The fascinating animals attract numerous visitors every year, the Zoo Berlin counts as one of the most visited zoos worldwide.
From the gigantic elephant to the charming meercat, there is a unique diversity of species to discover – the Zoo Berlin is considered as most species-rich in the world.
0 kilograms of apples
This fruity amount is fed to monkeys, elephants and Co. every year.
0 kilograms of bamboo
A giant panda needs a considerable amount of bamboo every day.
Giraffes can reach dizzying heights.
The roar of a lion corresponds to the volume of a chainsaw.
Ostriches can't fly, but they are damn fast on the ground.
The Amur tiger is considered to be the largest cat on earth.
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The Zoo and Tierpark support numerous innovative species conservation projects – from right here on our doorstep to far-flung locations like Madagascar.
0 international studbooks
The populations of threatened animal species in zoos are recorded and coordinated worldwide. The studbooks of, Amur Leopard, Vietnamese Pheasant and Siberian Tiger are, among others, managed from Berlin.
0 bearded vultures
Bearded vultures that hatched in Zoo and Tierpark Berlin have been successfully released into the wild in the Alps, Andalusia and the Cévennes.
The world’s giraffe population has drastically declined over the past 30 years. Zoo and Tierpark Berlin are supporting a species conservation project to save giraffes in Tanzania.