Photo: Noga Kronfeld-Schor

In our Zoological Garden we have a breeding core of over 500 eastern spadefoot toads, all of which are about to enter an aestivation period (summer dormancy).

Photo: Yael Ballon

On June 2nd, 2015 a second release took place this season of newts, which have been breeding for the second year running in the amphibian breeding colony of our Zoological Garden.

Photo: Oz Rittner

Fifteen years ago in the Zoological Garden, living a peaceful and tranquil life, were four swans:  two white swans (males) and a pair of black swans (male and female), which produced infertile eggs.

Boa constrictor

A large and impressive specimen of a Boa constrictor, a long-term resident of our Zoological Garden but which was kept out of sight to visitors had been housed in the reptile yard.

Grey goose nest with an alien egg

We have finally solved the mystery of the alien egg in the grey goose nest, whose photo featured in the April newsletter.

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