Klaus-Strick-Weg 12, 49082 Osnabrück, Germany
About Osnabrück Zoo
Osnabrück Zoo has an area of (23.5 ha). Opened in 1936, the zoo houses over 3000 animals from 300 species, it is also a home for the rare hybrid Grolar Bear. The zoo attracts over million visitors annually, Located in Klaus-Strick, Osnabrück, Germany.
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