Zoo Halle

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06114 Halle (Saale)

Programme

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

The range and diversity in interpersonal relations is large, but what does the situation look like with "relationships" in the animal world? Are there also relationship grumps and flat-sharing female groups there? Are the fathers involved in rearing their offspring? And what about the machos in the animal world?

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My Africa: Elephant Keeper

My Africa: Elephant Keeper / Great Britain / 2018

Chris Campin had to shoot thousands of photos in the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary for this VR production. And now we are able to explore this region as though we are there live on location.

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My Africa

360 Film / David Allen / UK / 2019

How does it feel to be standing in the middle of a galloping herd of gnu? In the "My Africa" 360-degree film, the visitors can have a look around Kenya.[...]

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SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – Talk: "Metamorphose of Love"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – Talk: "Metamorphose of Love"

Butterflies are counted among the most beautiful insects and – with just under 16,000 species identified in about 130 families and 46 super-families – they are the most species-rich insects after the beetles. The Halle-based photographer Steffen Schellhorn already devoted himself to these fascinating creatures at an early stage in his career, researching and documenting them intensively. [...]

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SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – "Ecological Beekeeping"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – "Ecological Beekeeping"  

Ecological beekeeping is attuned to the natural needs and requirements of the bee colony. It results from the cognition that a bee colony and its honeycombs are an organism. Beekeeping – not (only) for the honey – is what beekeeping operations propagate that are less driven by maximising honey production and instead focus on having the beekeeping in harmony with the needs of the bees themselves. [...]

 

 

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

The range and diversity in interpersonal relations is large, but what does the situation look like with "relationships" in the animal world? Are there also relationship grumps and flat-sharing female groups there? Are the fathers involved in rearing their offspring? And what about the machos in the animal world?[...]

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SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – "Ecological Beekeeping"

Silbersalz Festival in the Zoo – "Ecological Beekeeping"

Ecological beekeeping is attuned to the natural needs and requirements of the bee colony. It results from the cognition that a bee colony and its honeycombs are an organism. Beekeeping – not (only) for the honey – is what beekeeping operations propagate that are less driven by maximising honey production and instead focus on having the beekeeping in harmony with the needs of the bees themselves.[...]

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

The range and diversity in interpersonal relations is large, but what does the situation look like with "relationships" in the animal world? Are there also relationship grumps and flat-sharing female groups there? Are the fathers involved in rearing their offspring? And what about the machos in the animal world?

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My Africa: Elephant Keeper

VR Game/ Great Britain / 2018

Chris Campin had to shoot thousands of photos in the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary for this VR production. And now we are able to explore this region as though we are there live on location.[...]

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My Africa

360 Film / David Allen / UK / 2019

How does it feel to be standing in the middle of a galloping herd of gnu? In the "My Africa" 360-degree film, the visitors can have a look around Kenya.[...]

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

The range and diversity in interpersonal relations is large, but what does the situation look like with "relationships" in the animal world? Are there also relationship grumps and flat-sharing female groups there? Are the fathers involved in rearing their offspring? And what about the machos in the animal world?[...]

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SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – "Ecological Beekeeping"

Silbersalz Festival in the Zoo – "Ecological Beekeeping"

Ecological beekeeping is attuned to the natural needs and requirements of the bee colony. It results from the cognition that a bee colony and its honeycombs are an organism. Beekeeping – not (only) for the honey – is what beekeeping operations propagate that are less driven by maximising honey production and instead focus on having the beekeeping in harmony with the needs of the bees themselves. [...]

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

The range and diversity in interpersonal relations is large, but what does the situation look like with "relationships" in the animal world? Are there also relationship grumps and flat-sharing female groups there? Are the fathers involved in rearing their offspring? And what about the machos in the animal world?[...]

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Talk: "Kisses, Conflicts and Capers – Sex in the Animal Kingdom"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Talk: "Kisses, Conflicts and Capers – Sex in the Animal Kingdom" / Dr. Mario Ludwig

The first talk by Karlsruhe-based author Dr. Mario Ludwig, known from the press, radio and television, whose hallmark is the humorous exploration of animal-related subjects. On the basis of some amazing examples, he reveals how animal love lives have nothing to do with the boring "reproduction of little flowers and bees" as such, like some biology teachers gladly told us in the past.

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SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – "Ecological Beekeeping"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – Thematic Initiative: "Ecological Beekeeping"

Ecological beekeeping is attuned to the natural needs and requirements of the bee colony. It results from the cognition that a bee colony and its honeycombs are an organism. Beekeeping – not (only) for the honey – is what beekeeping operations propagate that are less driven by maximising honey production and instead focus on having the beekeeping in harmony with the needs of the bees themselves. [...]

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

The range and diversity in interpersonal relations is large, but what does the situation look like with "relationships" in the animal world? Are there also relationship grumps and flat-sharing female groups there? Are the fathers involved in rearing their offspring? And what about the machos in the animal world?

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My Africa

360 Film / David Allen / UK / 2019

How does it feel to be standing in the middle of a galloping herd of gnu? In the "My Africa" 360-degree film, the visitors can have a look around Kenya.[...]

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

The range and diversity in interpersonal relations is large, but what does the situation look like with "relationships" in the animal world? Are there also relationship grumps and flat-sharing female groups there? Are the fathers involved in rearing their offspring? And what about the machos in the animal world?[...]

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SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – Talk: "Metamorphose of Love"

Silbersalz Festival in the Zoo – Talk: "Metamorphose of Love"

Butterflies are counted among the most beautiful insects and – with just under 16,000 species identified in about 130 families and 46 super-families – they are the most species-rich insects after the beetles. The Halle-based photographer Steffen Schellhorn already devoted himself to these fascinating creatures at an early stage in his career, researching and documenting them intensively. [...]

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SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – "Ecological Beekeeping"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – Thematic Initiative: "Ecological Beekeeping"

Ecological beekeeping is attuned to the natural needs and requirements of the bee colony. It results from the cognition that a bee colony and its honeycombs are an organism. Beekeeping – not (only) for the honey – is what beekeeping operations propagate that are less driven by maximising honey production and instead focus on having the beekeeping in harmony with the needs of the bees themselves. [...]

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

The range and diversity in interpersonal relations is large, but what does the situation look like with "relationships" in the animal world? Are there also relationship grumps and flat-sharing female groups there? Are the fathers involved in rearing their offspring? And what about the machos in the animal world?[...]

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SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – Talk: "Animal Jobs"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – Talk: "Animal Jobs"

The second talk by Dr. Mario Ludwig focuses on "animal jobs", during which he recounts some amazing tales from the animal world.

Animal helpers have become an indispensable part of our everyday life. They provide incredible and at times even bizarre services for us [...]

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SILBERSALZ in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo / Tour: "Relationships in the Animal World"

The range and diversity in interpersonal relations is large, but what does the situation look like with "relationships" in the animal world? Are there also relationship grumps and flat-sharing female groups there? Are the fathers involved in rearing their offspring? And what about the machos in the animal world?[...]

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SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – "Ecological Beekeeping"

SILBERSALZ Festival in the Zoo – Thematic Initiative: "Ecological Beekeeping"

Ecological beekeeping is attuned to the natural needs and requirements of the bee colony. It results from the cognition that a bee colony and its honeycombs are an organism. Beekeeping – not (only) for the honey – is what beekeeping operations propagate that are less driven by maximising honey production and instead focus on having the beekeeping in harmony with the needs of the bees themselves. [...]