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Discussion in 'Germany' started by rodentia, 2 Dec 2009.

  1. rodentia

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    2 Kamchatka brown bears were born to a pair brought to the zoo from Moscow in 2007.
    The cubs were born at the end of January.
     
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    Hagenbeck received 3,1 from Moscow in 2007, born february 19th, 2007. They are siblings, two further brothers were shipped to ZOOM Gelsenkirchen in 2009.
     
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    At Tierpark Hagenbeck a small group of one male and 2 females Cape Hyraxes were joint last year by a new female from Stuttgart.
    This was a right dicicion as it was this new female which gave birth to 2 young at the beginning of March.
     
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    2 crane-species bred succesfully :
    Red-crowned crane
    Crowned crane
     
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    3 Kamchatka bears born at Hagenbeck's Hamburg :)
     
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    A baby walrus was born on 15.06.14, the mother is Dyna.
     
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    What ? Really ? Wow-that's amazing-hopefully a female, so it could be Germanys next topmodel ..Impressive-our first walrus calf! That's defenitely the breeding succes of the year in germany.So, finger crossed, everything will be fine !
     
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    Really?!
    Congratulations to my colleagues! I hope everything will be fine!
     
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    The breeding-success of the year would be a chick of Psilopogon pyrolophus at Cologne!
    But a baby walrus is nice too :D
     
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    Have the Psilopogon pyrolophus bred yet?

    There are a couple in private breeders collections and San Diego Zoo sent a male over. Hopefully this species can have a future in Europe.
     
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    No, sadly not. I haven't heared of any private breeders, good news for the species! :)
     
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    NO bird of the world could be better than the first german walrus calf:)

    By the way-whats the english or german name of that species ? I'm not in birds and I don't want to google for it-not for a bird:D

    By the way 2 : Suggestion to the moderators-it would be better to rename that thread into"Hagenbeck"-Hamburg Zoo was the old City Zoo in Hamburg,founded in 1863, rebuild to a birdpark:mad:in 1930 and finally closed in 1930...:(

    By the way 3: Already any offical news of the walrus calf, or what is your source of that information ?
     
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    Exactly! :)

    Russian name is so strange that I cannot even try to translate :D

    Dyna and her son are in separate pool on show since yesterday. Dyna is very good mother. No official videos at this moment, some photos are here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hagenbeck/?ref=ts&fref=ts
     
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    @Bib Fortuna: Don't be so lazy! :D
    The name ist Fire-tufted barbet or in german Rotbüschel-Bartvogel.
     
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    Thank you,callorhinus. So"Dyna"and the calf are already on Display, but no information about that on the Webside of Hagenbeck ?

    Unfortuantely, I can't open the link to facebook, im not a member of this"Social network",so in which seperate pool mother and calf are kept ? There is no seperate pool to the walrus enclosure.
     
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    Maybe their website content writer works only on workdays?

    I can download and share these photos but is it ethically?
    Lamina said that they are in the pool behind fur seals exhibit. Maybe it is not separate pool but part of fur seals' pool?
     
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    Just a Bartvogel ? So nothing special...I thought, it its REALLY an interesting rare bird like a Schuhschnabel....:)
     
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    Althrough a Walrus birth is intresting, the hatching of a Fire-tufted Barbet is as intresting as well !