Hellabrunn Zoo in Munich was founded in 1911.
The zoo is characterized by its natural location in the Isar floodplain conservation area.
Around 18,500 animals of 740 species live in the world's first geozoo.(Source: Wikipedia)
February 28, 2021
Hellabrunn Zoo has finally reopened on Monday, March 8, 2021 under strict security measures. Entry is only possible with an online ticket booked the day before at the latest.
Limiting the daily number of visitors also has the advantage that the zoo is not overcrowded with visitors.
March 13, 2021
The Hellabrunn Zoo in Munich, founded in 1911, is one of the most renowned scientifically managed zoos in Europe. Over 500 animal species live in a unique natural paradise in the Isar floodplain conservation area. Hellabrunn is the first geozoo in the world: The animals have been living here according to continents since 1928. A walk through Hellabrunn is like a journey through exciting animal worlds from the polar to Africa, from Europe to Asia and America to Australia. In natural communities, Hellabrunn's animals live together in spacious enclosures, just like in their home.
January 13, 2022
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