Between the mighty outcrops of the Kiwara-Kopje
Since spring 2015, the black rhinos are located in an attractive new enclosure that resembles an African landscape with an outcrop of rocks, known as a “Kopje” that is situated directly next to the Kiwara Savannah. In addition to modern stables, the pachyderms can make use of a total area of ca. 6,000 m² with three outdoor enclosures that include mud pools and special areas for getting into the water. In the southern outdoor enclosure, the rhinos enjoy cohabitation with cheetahs. The northern outdoor enclosure is open to smaller inhabitants of the Kiwara Savannah, so that exciting interactions can also be observed between different animal species.