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Welcome to the rare world!
More than 350 animal species are represented, including 47 endangered species. By visiting the Tallinn Zoo, you support the preservation of the world’s animal kingdom.
Did you know?
The sharp-nosed rhinoceros has highly mobile snouts that can be used like fingers. They can be used to grab the shoots and leaves of the bushes of the acacia forest. Sometimes the excrement of other animals is also eaten in order to obtain the necessary minerals from their half-digested food.
Bright gray crow
The light gray crow living in the Tallinn Zoo comes from Mustamäe, where it was attacked by its peers as a young bird. If in nature a bird with a special plumage would not survive among others due to its appearance, we have it for all visitors to admire and boldly rattles its crow song.
The trunk of an elephant is a powerful body part. It weighs about 100 kg, consists of nearly 40,000 muscles and sucks water at a speed of 540 kilometers per hour, half as fast as Japan’s high-speed railway!
By visiting, you support nature conservation
One of the main activities of zoos is participation in species protection projects. By choosing to return support to nature at the checkout, you contribute €1 to the survival of manuli and the endangered Sumatran rhinoceros in the wild.