Some of the largest zoos in the world are located all over India. These facilities, which are spread over hundreds of acres of land, help in the rehabilitation and safe performance of the animals. Take your kids along to the zoos as they will be curious to know more about the animals they have only seen in photos so far. It will be entertaining for them and at the same time they will also get information. Here are the five most popular zoos in India, check out here-
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Some Famous Zoos of India
1) Indira Gandhi Zoological Park
It is one of the largest zoos. You can enjoy seeing many animals, birds and butterfly here. This zoo is framed from three sides. Kambalakonda Forest Sanctuary surrounds it. In this zoo spread over 600 acres, you can see different species of animals and birds.
2) Nandankanan Zoological Park
Here you can see different types of animals and birds. It joined the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums in 2009, becoming the first zoo in India to do so. It is the first zoo in India to feature a white tiger safari, also known as ‘The Garden of Heaven’ in English.
3) Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park
It is one of the most preferred tourist places in Pune. Visit this zoo to take beautiful photos of the natural world and wildlife and enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle. One of the popular picnic areas, you can spend a whole day at this place. You can have a lot of fun with your family and kids at this location.
4) Mysore Zoo
There is a unique garden inside this zoo which looks lovely and attractive. In this zoo you can hang out, see some wildlife and spot different birds. There are more than a hundred types of birds and other animals in this zoo.
5) Arignar Anna Zoological Park, Chennai
Also known as Vandalur Zoo, this zoo has about 1,500 wild species in 160 enclosures, including 46 endangered species. Also read: Places Near Gurugram: These Are The Best Destination To Visit Around Gurugram, Plan To Go On Weekends