Pavilion of african ungulates

Year of opening: 1998

Representatives of savannas of the black continent - Rothschild's giraffe, maneless zebra, blesbok, common warthog and common ostrich - together, they inhabit the exposition which is, in its shape, similar to a big african hut. It’s directly connected to an expansive outdoor space. Giraffes use solemnly the top part of the exposition, whereas other animals have the option to also roam around the lower hilly part.

The animals can be watched from an unusual perspective. Both the indoor and the outdoor exposition are surrounded by elevated platform for walking. This way, you are able to look the giraffes right into the eyes.