Kulturbetrieb Arnstadt

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Fabulously beautiful

Fabulously beautiful

The gorgeous peacock is one of the most beautiful
The camel of the high mountains

The camel of the high mountains

Beware! When a llama is uneasy, it spits in the face
King of lemur

King of lemur

With their unmistakable appearance, their fox-like
King of the night

King of the night

The uhu (eagle owl) has its name from its mating call,
Fallow Deer

Fallow Deer

Fallow deer were driven from Central Europe during the
Fabulously beautiful The gorgeous peacock is one of the most beautiful birds in the world. Again and again during its mating season the vividly iridescent hen spreads out its imposing feathers in a fan. The blue peacock i Mehr
The camel of the high mountains Beware! When a llama is uneasy, it spits in the face of its attacker! These robust, unassuming small camels live in the South American Andes. These woolly Andes natives with their big eyes are closely Mehr
King of lemur With their unmistakable appearance, their fox-like faces and black and white ringed, ca. 60 centimetre long tail, they belong to the Lemur sub-species, Katta. Since 2010 they have been the darlings of Mehr
King of the night The uhu (eagle owl) has its name from its mating call, which sounds like "oo-hoo". And because it is the largest owl species in the world, it is called the “King of the Night”. Our European uhu ha Mehr
Fallow Deer Fallow deer were driven from Central Europe during the last Ice Age. They re-established themselves in their former habitat in Central Europe at the time of the great migration back from Asia Minor vi Mehr

New inhabitants from Madagascar

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LemurenWith their unmistakable appearance, their fox-like faces and black and white ringed, ca. 60 centimetre long tail, they belong to the Lemur sub-species, Katta. Since 2010 they have been the darlings of Arnstadt’s Zoological Garden. The five male animals came from Cottbus Zoo. In their wild state they are only found in the south and southwest of the Island of Madagascar. They are very tame, entertaining and companionable.

Because of new EU guidelines for zoological gardens and zoos, the last apes had to leave Arnstadt Zoological Park in 2004. Thanks to the support of local firms and institutions like Borg Warner Transmission Systems Arnstadt GmbH, the Wachsenburg-Massiv-Haus AG, Johannes-Falk-Projects as well as the Tierparkvereins Arnstadt e. V. it has now been possible to adapt the ape enclosure to meet the new guidelines and introduce the Kattas into their new home at the beginning of June 2010.

 


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