Tanganyika by night
The exhibit presents nocturnal African animal species, such as Senegal bushbaby, Northern greater galago, Southern tree hyrax (a small mammal related to elephants and so far kept in the zoo back-stage facility), or African rock python. However, visitors will find several new species as well, e.g. African brush-tailed porcupine, Four-toed hedgehog, Electric catfish, or Giant African millipede - a representative of invertebrates.
Nocturnal exhibits are based on a reverse light regime. The lights in the exhibit are switched on during the night, and on the contrary, during the daytime the night light conditions are created by the blue light by which the animals are not disturbed. Therefore, the visitors have a chance to see nocturnal animals naturally active.