Zoologischer Garten (Germany)

Zoologischer Garten (Germany)

Berlin Zoological Garden (German: Zoologischer Garten Berlin) is the oldest national zoo in Germany. The park covering 35 hectares was opened in Berlin in 1844. The Berlin Zoological Garden, with 1,400 different species and 14,000 tall mammals, is the zoological garden that hosts the most detailed species in the world. [1]

The zoo and its aquarium hit 3.2 million visitors in 2007. It is thought to be the most visited zoo in Europe. [1] Knut, known as the Earthly Pole, or Bao Bao, such as the great panda, has become a symbol of the park.

Garden
Class Number of species [2] Number of animals [2]
Mammals 174 1063
Birds 309 1944
Reptiles 74 384
Two lives 53 941
Fish 596 5593
Invertebrates 365 7802
Total (2011) 1.571 17.727