The grey crowned crane chicks are almost a month old. Mami and Papi are now teaching them what is edible and what is not. This species is endangered in its native country, so their breeding in the Zoo is also important from a conservation point of view.
Feeding displays with Harbor seals and African penguins takes place at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. every day. It is not only feeding that can be seen at this time, but also how the carers deal with the animals.
New animals, including the silvertip shark and grey reef shark as well as zebra sharks, have arrived at the Shark School, where visitors have the chance to see the representatives of six different shark breeds.
The Minnesota minipig - as shown by its name - is a tiny animal by nature. Not to mention its piglets! Pötyi, the farrowing sow, has recently given birth to eight piglets. You can see these animals in the Once Upon a Time Castle.
The Zoo Night will be held this year in the evening of August 30th. It is worth hurrying to buy a ticket for two reasons: tickets are only sold in a limited number this year, and, what is more, we offer a variety of discounts.
So far, 14 fluffy flamingo chicks have hatched and their parents are still incubating some eggs, so more chicks are expected. Our Zoo has one of the most populous and successful hatching flamingo flocks in Europe.
One of our zoo’s popular attractions is the Butterfly Garden. The seasonal showroom is usually open for visitors from the end of May. We start this season with 21 tropical butterfly species and six hundred specimens.
On Wednesday May 22, the day began with an unusual breakfast with the gorillas. The members of the gorilla team shared their breakfast at "common table" with friends and colleagues of our Zoo, drawing attention to recycling mobile phones.
Voting for the name of the three-banded armadillo pup has closed. Out of the four possible names, the most votes were cast for Taco, so this was the name also registered in the official documents as the name of the already one and a half month-old animal.
In the framework of our rescue work we help one and a half to two thousand animals a year. Most animals that we receive are birds, but the species with the highest number of specimens is the hedgehog.