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The fire at Krefeld zoo in northwestern Germany is likely to have been caused by Chinese sky lanterns launched to celebrate the new year, said police who were called out at Several witnesses reported that they had seen the cylindrical paper lanterns with little fires inside flying in the night sky shortly after midnight Wednesday near the zoo, Gerd Hoppmann, the city's head of criminal police told reporters.
Three lanterns bearing hand-written New Year's wishes were later discovered in the smouldering debris. Police launched an investigation for 'negligently criminal fire' and hope to establish the path of the lanterns by analysing atmospheric conditions and wind direction. The zoo near the Dutch border said that the entire ape house burned down and more than 30 animals, including five orangutans, a year-old silverback gorilla called Massa, a chimpanzee and several monkeys, as well as fruit bats and birds, were killed.
Only two chimpanzees could be rescued from the flames by firefighters. They suffered burns but are in stable condition, zoo director Wolfgang Dressen said.
Firefighters work at the burning monkey house of the zoo in Krefeld, western Germany, on early January 1. A fire which broke out at the Zoo in Krefeld, Germany is pictured from a distance in the early hours of January 1. A makeshift shrine was set up at the entrance outside of the zoo in Krefeld in the wake of the New Year's inferno. Dozens of animals including apes, monkeys, bats and birds were burnt alive after an inferno swept through the monkey enclosure at a German zoo in the first minutes of An aerial photo shows the scale of the inferno overnight.
The entire structure was destroyed killing dozens of apes and monkeys. A year-old silverback gorilla called Massa was among the animals killed in the inferno at the zoo overnight. The zoo posted this picture of orangutans inside the monkey house just hours before the blaze. Several witnesses reported that they had seen the cylindrical paper lanterns file picture with little fires inside flying in the night sky shortly after midnight Wednesday near the Krefeld zoo, Gerd Hoppmann, the city's head of criminal police told reporters.