The Augsburg Zoo is one of the biggest attractions in southwest Bavaria and attracts more than 600,000 visitors every year. It is one of the 20 largest animal parks and zoos in Germany. The zoo currently holds over 1200 animals from 240 species from around the world. The zoo is picturesquely located on the edge of the Siebentischwald, directly opposite the botanical garden. For the diurnal capuchin monkeys, Carl Stahl ARC has developed a finesse zoo enclosure.
The monkey climbs and exercises like no other animal. They shimmy and swing from branch to branch. Therefore, you need a variety of climbing opportunities for species-appropriate animal husbandry. A climbing net that doubles as a safety net. Carl Stahl ARC specializes in this. The Carl Stahl ARC X-TEND stainless steel cable mesh are flexible and can be installed in all three-dimensional shapes. It can be modeled on the natural habitat of monkeys and replaces the previous grid structures. Because monkeys in particular are incredibly intelligent animals that would find any loophole.
The transparent X-TEND stainless steel cable mesh has an interesting net geometry and is stretched on two ball-bearing pendulum supports. Maximum safety with a clear view of the animals.
Exterior enclosure für capuchin monkeys
X-TEND Colours CXE schwarz/black
350 m², ◊ 60 mm, ø 2 mm