In times of intensive agriculture and large-scale monocultures, rural life is becoming increasingly unattractive for wildlife. It is quite different in the diverse ecological niches of the big city. When it comes to wildlife, Berlin is the undisputed capital. Over 200 species live in the city.
From beaver, wild boar and deer to nightingales and bats, with more and more amazing creatures coming into the city at all times. How long will the wild Berliners continue to feel at home in a city that is constantly growing, where there are fewer and fewer natural oases?
In fascinating pictures, Berlin Gone Wild tells about the survival of wild animals in a seemingly unnatural, man-made urban environment.