If You are interested here You can read some short news from Budapest Zoo: Sumatran orangutans and Western lowland gorillas received their new outdoor enclosures in the end of April. A male Komodo dragon (called Irwin, after Steve Irwin) arrived at the end of April. He was born at Chester Zoo in the 15th of January in 2007. The new Savanna Exhibit (or Savann-complex) was officially opened at the end of May. Unfortunately the Budapest Zoo is one of the smallest European capital zoos, so consiquently this new area is only about 0,5 hectare. This Savanna area consists of a main mixed exhibit and several smaller enclosures. The mixed exhibit houses the following species: Rothschild giraffes, Nile lechwes, Mhorr Gazelles (these species of lechwe and gazelle have never been exhibited in Hungary earlier), Ostriches, Helmeted guineafowls, Vulturine guineafowls and White storks. There are separated enclosures for the Southern white rhinos:the female Lulu, who is the mother of Layla, the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s first rhino calf was born through artificial insemination, and the male Easy Boy. ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s worth to mention that Lulu is pregnant again, the second succesful insemination was taken in 14th of June in 2007. Other mammal species are exhibited in the savanna area: Meerkats, Yellow mongooses, Cairo spiny mouses and Greater egyptian jerboas. There are exhibited six bird and three reptile species, and additionaly 21 invertebrata species, here are the scientific names of them: Arachnids: Pandinus imperator, Nephila sp., Damon sp., Insects: Ampulex compressa, Pachnoda aemula, Pachnoda flaviventris, Pachnoda marginata marginata and P. m. peregrina, Eudicella smithi, Eudicella aethiopica, Eudicella woermani, Mecynorrhina ugandensis, Mecynorrhina obertueri, Smaragdesces africana oertzeni, Platymeris biguttata, Sipyloidea sipylus, Locusta migratoria, Schistocerca gregaria, Gryllus bimaculatus, Phaeophilacris bredoides, Periplaneta americana, Gromphadorrhina oblongonata. A Butterfly Garden was opened at the 5th of June. This is a 260 square metres (and 1200 cubic metres) walk-through exhibit, where You can walk among 45 butterly species (approx. 600 specimens). This is a seasonal exhibit in every summer (about for three months) since 2000. The renovation of the Big Rock will be finished soon and further new species will arrive to this area, for example Dholes and Sloth bears.