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The zoo and zoos in Thuringia are planning numerous modernization work in the new year. This was the result of a survey among the zoo in Gera, Gotha, Suhl and the Zoo in Erfurt.

Besucher gehen in den Thüringer Zoopark. © Bodo Schackow/DPA central picture/dpa/archive image Visitors go to the Thuringian Zoopark.

, in this way, many outdated systems are to be brought up to scratch in the Gotha Tierpark in order to be able to offer the animals more space, said animal park manager Frederik Linti. The new facility for the dwarf should be completed next year. According to Linti, the Bennet kangaroos also move to a new area. "We also renovate the old Otterhaus and convert it into a night animal house." The Gotha zoo counted around 100,000 visitors this year.

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The Suhl zoo expects around 60,000 visitors by the end of the year. "We are very happy that many regular guests remain loyal to us and that the zoo is still a popular destination for vacationers," said animal park manager Andrea Bache. In the coming year, the zoo wanted to intensify its commitment to keeping and breeding endangered pet breeds. The expansion of the terrarium is also in preparation.

The Geraer Zoo expects almost 175,000 visitors in a year. The pre-corona level of around 20,000 guests is significantly exceeded. Visitors perceive that the zoo modernized and developed with its forest character, it said from Gera. In 2023, paths are to be repaired and various enclosures are being expanded. The modernization work also progressed at the park railway.

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The Thuringian Zoopark in Erfurt - which made the new year with numerous problems such as a decline in visitors such as a decline in visitors, a lot of criticism and death - starts with a new leadership into the new year. The new bird vole should be renovated by spring. Preparations for the expansion of the former ARA voliere also ran so that the gray parrots Bruno and Bärbel can move back home.

In spring, the swamp gelding should also move into their new enclosure, the Erfurt zoo said. The information for an educational center in the ZooPark with a connected overnight stay will also start next year. For this project, one million euros is available in urban own funds, which are to be supplemented by funding.

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