African savanna

The African savannah in the atrium forms the heart of the exhibition, which aims to mediate the complex relationships between different species in this habitat. The barrierless display shows many animals in "action". To bring out the scientist in every visitor, animals can be spied on with binoculars and identified with a species key. A Baobab tree tells stories from its home country.

Africa's vast Savanna region is a grassy plain that covers about one third of the continent. Many endangered Savanna animals, such as the giraffe, survive as megaherbivores, eating large quantities of vegetation and thereby sustaining the Savanna itself.

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The Vivarium houses members of native fauna as well as reptiles and amphibians from all over the world. Text source Image source

Arctic / Antarctic

Permanent exhibition

Arctic and Antarctic  have the most arid and cold places on Earth. Both have snow and ice,  northern and southern lights,  blizzards and snow storms. Antarctica is a continental land mass but the...

Desert - Survival in the Drought

Permanent exhibition

The deserts are a habitat with a very few number of species. Only animals that have adapted to the extreme climate are able to live in those regions. However, because of heat and drought, it is not...

World of Birds

Permanent exhibition

The World of Birds  presents birds from all over the globe providing an understanding of evolution and diversity of species. Text source Image source

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