Published on the Facebook page of the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum the 17.01.2020. At the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum education is of great importance, the video explains how it works and participants report on their experiences. » more
Published on zoos.media’s YouTube channel the 19.11.2019. At the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum zoo and museum merge into an educational experience – to illustrate human evolution and motivate to the conservation of nature. » more
Published on the Facebook page of the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum Düsseldorf the 27.06.2019. Two alpine newts were caught in distress at the Taunus but have now found a new home at the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum at the state capital Düsseldorf. » more
Published on the Facebook page WDR Lokalzeit from Düsseldorf the 06.05.2019. The video explains how the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum sets a sign against species extinction: It does not only show endangered species, but also protects them. » more
Published on the Facebook page of the WDR Lokalzeit from Düsseldorf the 10.09.2019. The Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum in Düsseldorf has had some very special new offspring. In the interview, Sandra Honigs explains how it, probably, happened. » more
Published on duesseldorf.de the 31.07.2020. The Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum has a new breeding facility for Titicaca water frogs and fire salamanders, which is of utmost importance for the protection of these species.
Published on nzz.ch the 03.06.2020. | By: Urs Bühler & Karin Hofer The article dives into the fascinating world of the naked mole-rats, some of which have moved into the new Lewa-Savannah at Zurich Zoo.
Exclusive for zoos.media – 28.10.2019. Author: Philipp J. Kroiß The article is about 9 species, that Loro Parque has saved from extinction, but also about the dedication of zoos and aquariums to conservation in general.
Published on the Facebook page of the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum the 08.05.2019. The little toad Simba has a long journey behind him, as a stowaway he travelled all the way to Germany alongside a tourist from Düsseldorf. The little toad now lives in the Aquazoo. » more