Our zoo animals are ambassadors for their threatened conspecifics in the wild. Information boards at the enclosures and information stations in the zoo provide information about the threat status of the animals and about conservation work in the wild.
Perhaps you will meet our nature conservation ambassadors who provide clear and practical information about nature and species conservation every weekend at their zebra-striped info-mobiles.
Or visit the meadow in the south-east of the zoo grounds and watch the honey bees at work.
In the Grzimek Camp opposite the monkey enclosures you can learn many interesting details about the former zoo director and great conservationist Prof. Dr. Bernhard Grzimek. The diversity station in front of the Exotarium vividly shows what the term 'biodiversity' means. At the rhino station behind the rhino house you can experience what active species conservation looks like.