Welcome to the Tierpark blog

Here we present in exclusive interviews and entertaining reports exciting background stories and little curios from the animal kingdom. Conservation, research, education and recreation are our main tasks. The Tierpark blog shows the versatile line-up of topics, that the Tierpark offers the whole year round.

A Prick for Africa

The vaccination of the oldest African elephant cow Dashi (47 years old) on the 21 April 2015 seen Tierpark Berlin draw attention to the Germany-wide campaign day Vaccinations for Africa! undertaken by the NGO Veterinarians Without Borders e.V.

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The First Rays of Sun for Tayo

Little Tayo is now just 8 weeks old. The gerenuk with the thin legs now can finally take to the outdoors with mum and dad. For the first time! Tayo blinks with uncertainty as he takes in the first rays of sunshine. He closes his eyes and lets the warmth work its magic. When nothing bad happens, he looks around and continues to teeter cautiously. Puffing his tiny nostrils out, Tayo appears to cautiously take in the scents of nature and then begin to enjoy them. Of course, he always stays very close to his mum and dad – just in case something bad actually happens. But nothing bad does happen.

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Playmate for Donkey Girl Camilla

Huge 'miniature' surprise at the weekend: A female miniature donkey was born in Tierpark Berlin on 26 March. The little one is called Camilla, and her favourite activity is cuddling up to her mum, Carmen.

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The Tierpark Princess

Well, I'll be damned! March 22 2015 seen a whole lot of excitement happening in the Monkey House: A little monkey girl is the latest addition to the Diana monkey population at Tierpark Berlin. She's not only a little cutie, she is also very important. The number of Diana monkeys in the wild (West Africa) is on the decline.

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