Tierisch Kölsch

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Tierisch Kölsch
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Tierisch Kölsch - Tales From the Domstadt Zoo, is a German television/documentary series. It was broadcast by the ZDF for nine seasons, from 2006-2010. Tierisch Kölsch presents the behind-the-scene stories of the Domstadt zoo, including both animal and employee stories.

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