Animals enjoy a white Christmas at Berlin Zoo

Forecasts predict more snow in the German capital, with temperatures staying below zero
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An elephant throws snow on himself at his enclosure in the Berlin zoo (Zoologischer Garten) December 27, 2010. Forecasts predict more snow in the German capital, with temperatures staying below zero. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A heron stands in the snow in the polar bear enclosure in the Berlin zoo (Zoologischer Garten) December 27, 2010. Forecasts predict more snow in the German capital, with temperatures staying below zero. (AFP/Getty Images)
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The combo of pictures taken on December 27, 2010 shows an elephant using his trunk to tip snow into his mouth at his enclosure in the Berlin zoo (Zoologischer Garten). Forecasts predict more snow in the German capital, with temperatures staying below zero. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A chamois forages for food in the snow at his enclosure in the Berlin zoo (Zoologischer Garten) December 27, 2010. Forecasts predict more snow in the German capital, with temperatures staying below zero. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Knut the polar bear walks in his enclosure in the Berlin zoo (Zoologischer Garten) December 27, 2010. Forecasts predict more snow in the German capital, with temperatures staying below zero. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Jackass Penguins dry off in the snow after a swim at their enclosure in the Berlin zoo (Zoologischer Garten) December 27, 2010. Forecasts predict more snow in the German capital, with temperatures staying below zero. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Barasingha deer, native to India, sits in the snow at his enclosure in the Berlin zoo (Zoologischer Garten) December 27, 2010. Forecasts predict more snow in the German capital, with temperatures staying below zero. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An elephant slips a snowball into his mouth with his trunk at his enclosure in the Berlin zoo (Zoologischer Garten) December 27, 2010. Forecasts predict more snow in the German capital, with temperatures staying below zero. (AFP/Getty Images)
Tue 28 Dec 2010 05:25 PM GST