Rhenen Zoo, located at Grebbeweg 111, in AV Rhenen, Netherlands, was founded in 1932.
At Rhenen Zoo lives 3 elephants with records in this database: (detail list)
Rhenen Zoo has in its collection 1 elephantine taxidermy specimens with records in this database:(Measurements of teeth and body parts follow the system described by Maglio (1973; P = plate number, L = length, W = width, H = height, LF =
The zoos founder, Cor Ouwehand, had moved from Rotterdam to Rhenen to start a cigar factory, but changed his mind and started a chicken farm on the Grebbeberg in 1919, where he held a number of other animals as well, including raccoons, peacocks, and pheasants, quickly drawing public interest. (Wikipedia)
1932: Ouwehands Dierenpark opened
1995: Asian Elephants get a new enclosure.(Wikipedia)
2006: Two African elephants are added to the zoo. (Wikipedia)
The three elephants of Ouwehands Dierenpark in Rhenen are managed in protected contact with target training. Aja had previously killed a keeper”. (Jos Breukers)
The three elephants of Ouwehands Dierenpark in Rhenen are managed in protected contact with target training. Aja had previously killed a keeper”.