Achtung: Sperrfrist 8.12., 20:00 Uhr - ARCHIV - Eine Ratte nimmt ihre Umgebung in Augenschein (undatierte Aufnahme). Ratten fühlen mit ihren gefangenen Freunden und helfen ihnen auch - selbst wenn sie selbst davon keinen Vorteil haben. Es sei die erste Beobachtung dieser Art bei Nagetieren, berichten US-Wissenschaftler in der Fachzeitschrift «Science». Foto: Zoologische Staatssammlung dpa (zu dpa "Ratten helfen ihren gefangenen Freunden" vom 08.12.2011) +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++

Rat plague in West Berlin: The district office of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is again blocking the playground on Klausenerplatz near Charlottenburg Palace to combat a rat plague, starting next Monday (July 25) for “at least four to six weeks”. You remember? That was already the case in 2017. And 2018. And 2021… But what is the reason? The plague of rats is one of the topics in the current Tagesspiegel newsletter for Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. We always send it to you on Fridays – it can be ordered free of charge and easily here:

But that’s not all that Berlin’s City West expert Cay Dobberke reports on in his current newsletter. Incidentally, our newsletter already has more than 265,000 subscriptions across the city. In it you will find – compact and free of charge, bundled once a week – exclusive district news, many dates, links and personal tips. Feel free to choose “your” districts here!

And now to the other topics from Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, which you can find in the current district newsletter.

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