Free in the Vivarium
In the dense, tropical planting of the vivarium, numerous birds fly freely above the heads of the guests, while every now and then a basilisk flits across the visitor paths. As evening descends over the zoo and the sounds of the day gradually fade, a many-voiced concert begins in the vivarium. Numerous different little frogs call for sexual partners or defend their territory. The Vivarium habitat is home to many free-living animal species.
The red-crested turacos regularly breed in the treetops of the vivarium.
The frontal lobe basilisks reproduce magnificently in the vivarium habitat.
The three-striped treecreeper frogs are difficult to spot, but all the louder to hear.
The Turkish tanagers are usually seen flying above the heads of the guests.