100 years of Hagenbeck’s zoo in Germany and aquarium


Gate of Hagenbeck zoo

In 1907, Hagenbeck’s zoo was founded on the outskirts of Hamburg in Germany.

It was a modern zoo for its time, striving to replace cages, uncomfortable for the animals, with more “natural” spaces.

The zoo still exists, and has its 100 years jubilee now.

Text in German, about their aquarium, with tropical fish and sea anemones, is here.

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