Hyderabad’s Zoo goes into 60th year, include brand-new destinations
Hyderabad: The Nehru Zoological Park included 3 destinations as it got in 60th year of itsformation on Thursday.
A set of meerkats as well as a set of white-eared, armoset were launched right into a tiny pet cats room for the general public screen by RM Dobriyal, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests as well as head of woodland pressure, Telangana in addition to Vinay Kumar, Additional as well as Chief Conservator of Forests, & & Director of Zoo Parks, Telangana as well as S. Rajashekar, Curator, Nehru Zoological Park.
Meerkats are little mongoose discovered in South Africa while marmosets, a types of little apes, are typically discovered in South America.
The authorities likewise revealed a brand-new open fish pond with various selections of fishes.
The Zoo saw 68th wild animals week as well as 59th Zoo Day parties. Dobriyal likewise called a cub of Asiatic lioness as ‘Adhiti’. Lioness Saina brought to life the cub in April this year.
Dobriyal stated that the very first week of October is commemorated as Vanya Prani saptah every year which likewise accompaniesZoo Day Nehru Zoological Park, Hyderabad is called among the very best zoos in Asia in all the elements of wild animals preservation.
Vinay Kumar stated that the Zoo is slowly going back to pre-Covid scenario. With the variety of site visitors rising, the Zoo is taking actions to offer them with all the centers.
KVS Babu honor for the outstanding solutions existed to garden enthusiast S.Ramchander, Mali, animal-keeper Jeelani Khan, as well as website traffic controller Syed Babu.
The ideal room honor is granted to Lion Safari Park’s Nagi Reddy as well as his group.
The ideal workers honors were likewise offered to Zoo personnel for providing their outstanding solutions in their designated obligations.
Drawing, paint, elocution as well as digital photography competitors were performed for the institution trainees throughout the recently of September on the celebration of Vanya Prani Saptah parties.