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Cologne Zoological Garden

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Cologne Zoological Garden
Zoologische Garten Köln
Date opened 1860
Location Cologne, Germany
Coordinates 50°57′30″N 06°58′24″E / 50.95833°N 6.97333°E / 50.95833; 6.97333
Land area 20 hectares (49 acres)
No. of species 700+
Memberships EAZA, WAZA
Website www.koelnerzoo.de

The Aktiengesellschaft Cologne Zoological Garden is the zoo of Cologne, Germany. It features over 7,000 animals of more than 700 species on more than 20 hectares. The internationally renowned zoo with an attached aquarium and invertebrate exhibit has an emphasis on primates such as bonobos and lemurs, and is active in preservational breeding of animals that are in danger of becoming extinct. In addition, in-the-wild conservation efforts and research focussing on animals of Madagascar, Wallacea, and Vietnam are actively promoted and supported via cooperation with Cologne University and local projects, such as in the case of Przewalski's Horses.

The zoo was founded in 1860. The world wars led to a phase of stagnation, and the zoo had to close for two years entirely, after virtually being destroyed in World War II. It reopened in 1947; the aquarium was added in 1971. In 1985, the large primate house, one of the main attractions, was opened. Today, the zoo also features a free-flight rainforest hall with free-ranging birds and reptiles opened in 2000, and as the latest addition a large elephant park.

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Notable exhibits

Cologne Zoological Garden (Video)
 Giant Anteater in Cologne Zoo
Giant Anteater in Cologne Zoo
 A Adult Egyptian vultureshowing white plumage
A Adult Egyptian vultureshowing white plumage
 Orangutan baby at Köln Zoo
Orangutan baby at Köln Zoo
 Two cheetahs in the zoo
Two cheetahs in the zoo
 Mother Marlar and Moma born 2017
Mother Marlar and Moma born 2017

Mammals

Birds

 Meerkatsin the zoo
Meerkatsin the zoo

+ many more smaller birds

European Endangered Species Programmes

 Tiger in Cologne Zoological Garden
Tiger in Cologne Zoological Garden
 Elephant in the Zoo
Elephant in the Zoo

Note that not all these species are present/on display at all times. Programmes marked bold are coordinated at Cologne Zoo. Less-endangered species may be kept to train for more endangered relatives.

Birds

Mammals

(Current as of 2005-AUG-01: [1])

Gorillas in the 1960s

 A Gorilla at Cologne Zoo
A Gorilla at Cologne Zoo

Dian Fossey detailed in Chapter Five of her book Gorillas in the Mist how in separate 1969 incidents, two baby gorillas were taken from their families for exhibits at the Cologne Zoological Garden, resulting in over 20 wild, endangered mountain gorillas being killed. Adult gorillas will fight to the death to protect an infant's life; therefore, to extract the infant gorillas, hired poachers killed two entire families, or troops.[1] The zoo was able to bribe the wildlife park conservator by offering him compensation[1] including a free trip to Germany. Fossey herself nursed the infants, Coco and Pucker, back to health, before they were seized by the park conservator and shipped to the Cologne Zoo.[1] Coco and Pucker lived a short 10 years in captivity and then died within one month of each other at the Cologne Zoo.[1] Fossey became more determined after the incidents to combat poaching around her Karisoke Research Center.[1]

Incidents

On August 25, 2012, a tiger escaped through an improperly shut gate and killed a female keeper, mauling and biting her, until the director of the facilities himself fatally shot the animal; some police work ensued in the area, and the zoo resumed its normal activities on that same day.[2]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e Montgomery, Sy (1991). Walking With the Great Apes. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin. pp. 61–2. ISBN 0-395-51597-1. 
  2. ^ "German zookeeper killed by tiger at Cologne zoo". Telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 2016-06-18. 

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