Press area

Here you can access all press reports and selected images for editorial use. Please pay attention to the copyright notice below.

    Two fluffy bundles of joy

    Twins born to the red pandas at Tierpark Berlin

    A sad loss for the Tierpark

    Sumatran tiger Kiara is put to sleep after rapid deterioration in health

    Frieda for peace

    A young ambassador with an important message: Tierpark Berlin’s baby giraffe is given a symbolic name

    Interactive snow leopard exhibition opens at Tierpark Berlin

    The summer holidays begin with an expedition into the realm of the snow leopard

    A shining example: Our award-winning young conservationists

    Environment Minister Steffi Lemke awards Biodiversity Prize in cooperation with Zoo and Tierpark Berlin | €2 million for species conservation

    The bears are back in town

    Sun bears Frodo and Josy return to their birthplace

    Voulez-vous couchez avec moi?

    Hopes for Sumatran tiger babies at Tierpark Berlin

    A big bundle of joy

    Right on time for World Giraffe Day: a new arrival at Tierpark Berlin

    Working together to protect species

    Berlin’s zoos and the WWF adopt a recovery plan for European bison in the Greater Caucasus.

    My name is Urs

    Tierpark Berlin’s baby red panda is named after his famous sponsor

    In search of wild horses at Tierpark Berlin

    A Mongolian success story: wild Przewalski’s horse population growing

    Tierpark or Jurassic Park?

    A fierce dinosaur gets its teeth into the former Pachyderm House

    Communal living at Tierpark Berlin

    New habitat for small-clawed otters, babirusas and crested macaques

    A pleasure palace once more

    Friedrichsfelde manor house at Tierpark Berlin reopens with a new exhibition

    Sleepy little redhead

    Baby born to endangered species at Tierpark Berlin

    A toy boy for Nunsi

    Tierpark Berlin’s female tree kangaroo gets a younger male companion

    Living the high life

    Presentation of construction plans for the new Himalayan habitat at Tierpark Berlin

    Let’s Dance!

    Tierpark Berlin brings threatened Coquerel’s sifaka to Europe for the first time

Filming & Photography in Tierpark Berlin

Filming and photography for private purposes is allowed. You must stick to the visitor trails.

Photography and filming for editorial purposes must be notified and authorised with the press department.

Commercial shots are not permitted.

All audio, video and/or photographic material released by Tierpark Berlin is protected by copyright and may only be used for the purposes of reporting on Tierpark Berlin. All other rights are reserved, particularly, but not exclusively, the right to use this material for commercial purposes. Any requests regarding such use must be submitted in writing to Tierpark Berlin. The copyright-protected material must be credited as follows: © Tierpark Berlin.

Holders of a valid press ID of a German or international journalists association are granted free entry into Tierpark Berlin.

Photos for editorial purposes

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Press contact

Christiane Reiss
Katharina Marie Sperling
Philine Hachmeister
Svenja Eisenbarth

Zoologischer Garten Berlin AG
Hardenbergplatz 8
10787 Berlin

E-Mail:
presse@tierpark-berlin.de

Opening hours

Today, 8. August
9:00 - 18:30
Last admission: 17:00
All opening hours

Feedings & Trainings

  • Polar bear talk 11:00
  • Chacoan peccaries 12:30
  • Monkeys 14:30
All feedings

Arrival

Am Tierpark 125, 10319 Berlin

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