There was a time that the lions or the antlered deer were endangered species and were rare to be found. They feared extinction, but thanks to the captive breeding programs of the various zoo in India that these animals have been bred successfully and brought out of the danger of extinction. Besides, in this modern world of the concrete jungle, these zoological parks are the only space in the city that is covered with lush green and features these natural habitats in their utmost grandeur for display. Explore the 15 best zoos in India right here.

15 Best Zoos in India:

1. Nandankanan Zoological Park:

Spread in an area of 437 hectares, the Nandankanan Zoological Park is a botanical garden cum zoo located in Bhubaneshwar. Established in 1960, the zoo was opened to the public in the year 1979. It is the first Indian zoo that joined the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums in 2009.

  • Zoo Opened Year: 29 December 1960.
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 437 Hectares (1080 acres).
  • Animal Types: 3485 animals of 157 different species (2016).
  • Zoo Timings:  8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Monday closed).

Some Amazing facts:

  • The zoo is located in the environs of the Chandaka forest and includes the 54 hectares of Kanjia Lake.
  • More than 3.3 million people visit this zoo every year.
  • The death rate of animals in this zoo is the lowest (3.1%) as compared to the national average of 10%.
  • It is the only zoo in India that breeds white tigers.
  • Other endangered species like the Asiatic lion, Sangal Lion-tailed macaque, Indian crocodiles, NilgiriLangur, mouse deer, Indian pangolin and countless birds and reptiles are successfully bred at Nandankanan Zoo.
  • The Zoo is also home to numerous freshwater fishes and has more than 34 species of aquaria.
  • With more than 130 species of orchids, this zoo will soon become the largest orchid house of Odisha.

Nearby Attractions:

Attraction                                                          Distance from the Zoo

Museum of Tribal Arts and Artifacts           10.9 km

Ram Mandir                                                      11.6 km

Mukteshwara Temple                                      15.2 km

Lingaraja Temple                                              15.6 km

Dhauli Giri Hills                                                  15.3 km

Udayagiri Caves                                                 12.9 km

Rajarani Temple                                                 15.6 km

Parsurameswara Temple                                  15.1 km

2. Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens:

Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens or the Mysore Zoo is popularly known as one of the oldest zoos in India. Spread in an area of 157 acres, this zoo is one of the most famous zoos in India. Originally the Mysore Zoo was created on an area of 10 acres in the palace of Maharaja Chamaraja which was gradually expanded and later on handed over to the Mysore State Government for management in the year 1948.

  • Zoo Another Name: Mysore Zoo.
  • Situated Near: Mysore
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1892
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 64 hectares (157 acres).
  • Animal types: Elephants, green anacondas, giraffes, Zebras, tigers, lions, rhinoceroses, and baboons.
  • Zoo timings:8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ( Tuesday closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • Established in 1892, the zoo was opened to the public only in 1902.
  • The zoo includes an artificial lake and a bandstand.
  • The zoo was taken care of by the Department of Parks and Gardens of the Mysore State Government in the year 1948.
  • This Zoo has had more elephants than any other Zoo in India.
  • At a point of time, more than 34 elephants lived in this zoo, which was over a period of time transferred to other Zoos.

Nearby Attractions:

Attraction                                                                Distance from the Zoo

Karanji Lake                                                                0.9 km

Mysore Palace                                                              1.5 km

Sri Nandi Temple                                                       1.9 km

Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum                            2.3 km

Statue of Maharaja ChamarajendraWodeyar       1.9 km

Kukkarahalli Lake                                                     2.5 km

3. National Zoological Park:

Spread over an area of 71 hectares (176 acres), the National Zoological Park located near the old fort in Delhi is a big zoo in India. This zoo is home to more than 130 species of birds and animals from around the world. The Zoo was in the news in 2014, after a man called Maqsood had fallen inside the tiger’s moat accidentally and killed raising questions about the visitor’s safety at the zoo.

  • Zoo Another Name: Delhi Zoo
  • Situated Near: Delhi
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1959
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 71 hectares (176 acres)
  • Animal Types: Chimpanzee, hippopotamus, spider monkey, Giraffes, African wild buffalo, Gir lion, Zebras, jaguars, hyenas and migratory birds such as peafowl.
  • Zoo Timings: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Fridays closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • The 16th -Century Citadel is located in the Zoo and is one of the major attractions in the zoo.
  • The Zoo is a sprawling green island amidst the burgeoning urban Delhi.
  • This Zoo is also a part of the Conservative Breeding program and is known for the breeding of Brow Antlered Deer.

Nearby Attractions:

Name                                                         Distance from the Zoo

Sher Mandal                                                 0.2 km

Purana Quila Baoli                                       0.3 km

Purana Quila                                                 0.5 km

Asia Tea House                                            0.3 km

National Gallery of Modern Art                0.6 km

Children’s Park                                            0.6 km

Pragati Maidan                                             0.4 km

Crafts Museum                                             0.7 km

Delhi Golf Club                                            0.5 km

National Science Center                             0.8 km

Humayun’s Tomb                                        2 km

Rashtrapati Bhavan                                     2.2 km

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4. Arignar Anna Zoological Park:

The Arignar Anna Zoological Park, famously known as the Vandalur Zoo is a zoo located in the southwest part of Chennai. The Zoo is at a drive of 15kms from the Chennai Airport and about 31kms from Chennai Central. This zoo has the credit of being the first zoo in India. Established in 1855 it is the oldest zoo in India.

  • Zoo Another Name: Vandalur Zoo.
  • Situated Near: Vandalur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1855 as Madras Zoo, 1985 at the current location.
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 510 Hectares (1300 acres).
  • Animal Types: Tiger, leopard, lion (hybrid), wild dog, lion-tailed macaque, Nilgiri langur, hyena, jackal, blackbucks, Indian bison, barking deer, sambhar, spotted deer, crocodile, snakes, water birds.
  • Zoo Timings:9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Tuesday closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • The Vandalur zoo is the largest zoo in India
  • The first all India Zoo Superintendents Conference was held here back in 1955.

Nearby Attractions:

Attractions                                                      Distance from the Zoo

St. Mary’s Church                                            1.2 km

Ranganath Temple                                          7.2 km

The Rajiv Gandhi Memorial                         11.3 km

Kishkinta Theme Park                                   5.5 km

Sri Nageswarar Temple                                10.3 km

5. Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden:

Spread over an area of 200 hectares, the Sakkarbaug Zoo was established by the Babi Nawabs of Junagadh in 1863. This Zoo is home to more than 40 Asiatic Lions and Lionesses. It also features a National History Museum that houses the skeletons of two giant Asiatic Lions along with that of a panther, deer, boar, blackbuck, and antelope amongst others.

  • Zoo Another Name: Sakkarbaug Zoo, Junagadh Zoo.
  • Situated Near: Junagadh, Gujarat.
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1863.
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 200 hectares (490 acres).
  • Animal Types: 525 mammals, 597 birds, and 111 reptiles.
  • Zoo Timings: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Wednesday Closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • This Zoo is the largest breeding center of Asiatic Lions in India.
  • In 2009, The Sakkarbaug Zoo of Junagadh became the only Zoo in India to feature African Cheetahs. Two pair of cheetahs were received by the zoo from the Singapore Zoo by trading its 3 Asiatic lions.
  • They also received Indian Gaur, marmosets, green pheasants, and Malabar giant squirrels from the Mysore Zoo in exchange for a pair of Asiatic Lions.
  • This Zoo also breeds white-backed vultures.

Nearby Attractions:

Attraction                                                                         Distance from the Zoo

Science museum                                                              0 km

Girnar                                                                                 9.2 km

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir                                            3.6 km

Uperkot Fort                                                                     3.7 km

Dattatreya Temple                                                           7.6 km

Jatashankar Mahadev Temple                                       7.6 km

6. Nehru Zoological Park:

Nehru Zoological Park is a famous attraction and one of the most visited destinations in Hyderabad. Established in 1959, the Zoo was opened to the public on 6th October 1963.

  • Zoo Another Name: Hyderabad Zoo, Zoo park.
  • Situated Near: Mir Alam Tank, Hyderabad, Telangana.
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1963.
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 153.8 hectares (380 acres).
  • Animal types: Indian rhino, Asiatic lion, Bengal tiger, panther, gaur, Indian elephant, slender Loris, python, as well as deer, antelopes, and birds. The nocturnal house features chimpanzees, giraffes, fruit bats, slow Loris, civets, leopard cats, hedgehogs, barn owls, mottled wood owls, fishing owls, and great horned owls.
  • Zoo Timings: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Monday Closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • The nocturnal house here reverses day and night for the night animals so that they remain active when the visitors visit the zoo.
  • The Zoo also features a dino park, aquarium, butterfly park, and tortoise house.
  • Multiple safari trips are arranged throughout the day where one can spot Asiatic lions, Bengal tigers, and Sloth Bear

Nearby Attractions:

Attractions                                                            Distance from Zoo

Shamirpet Lake                                                          0 km

Peddamma Temple                                                   2.9 km

Ashtalakshmi Temple                                               3 km

HimayatSagar Lake                                                  1.7 km

TajFalaknuma Palace                                               11.9 km

Birla Mandir                                                               11.4 km

UjjainiMahakali Temple                                         10.4 km

Charminar                                                                  10.2 km

Jalavihar Water Park                                                13 km

7. Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park:

Named after the daughter of Sarojini Naidu, the Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park is the largest Zoo in India at a height of 7000 feet altitude. This zoo specialises in breeding animals adapted to alpine conditions such as the snow leopard, red panda, and the Himalayan wolf.

  • Zoo Another Name: Darjeeling Zoo.
  • Situated Near: Darjeeling, West Bengal.
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1958
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 27.3 hectares (67.56 acres).
  • Animal Types: Himalayan Wolf, Red panda, snow leopard, Gorals, Siberian Tigers, Himalayan Tahr, grey peacock pheasant, blue sheep, Himalayan Monal, Himalayan salamander, blood pheasant and satyr tragopan amongst others.
  • Zoo Timings: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Thursday Closed)

Some Amazing Facts:

  • This zoo has more than 300000 visitors each year.
  • This park specialises in displaying the Himalayan flora and fauna

Nearby Attractions:

Attraction                                                                Distance from the zoo

Happy Valley Tea Estate                                          0.2 km

Mahakal Temple                                                        0.5 km

Everest Museum                                                        0.6 km

Observatory Hill                                                        0.5 km

Tenzing Rock                                                             0.8 km

Lloyd Botanical Garden                                           0.9 km

Kanchenjunga Mountain                                        4.4 km

Tiger Hill                                                                    2.2 km

8. Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden:

The Assam State Zoo situated in Guwahati is the largest zoo in Northeast India. When the 64th Indian National Congress meeting was held here in Guwahati in 1957, they had put to display some birds and animals of which the female leopard cub was the favourite of all. After the meeting came to an end, Guwahati felt the need of a zoo to house these animals, and this is how the Guwahati Zoo came into existence.

  • Zoo Another Name: Guwahati Zoo
  • Situated Near: Guwahati, Assam
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1958
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 175 hectares (432.435 acres).
  • Animal Types: One-horned Indian rhinoceros, tiger, clouded leopard, golden langur, hoolock gibbon, serow, elephant, brow-antlered deer, slow loris, Himalayan black bear, leopard cat, binturong, jungle cat.
  • Zoo Timings: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Friday closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • This zoo is situated within the Hengrabari Reserved forest of Guwahati
  • This successfully breeds Indian one-horned rhinoceros.

Nearby Attractions:

Attractions                                           Distance from the Zoo

Assam Bengal Navigation                    0.5 km

Iskcon Guwahati                                   0.9 km

AdVenture Northeast                           0.5 km

Navagraha Temple                                1.4 km

Kamakhya Temple                               7.2 km

PurvaTirupatiShriBalaji Temple       9 km

9. Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park:

The Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park is located in the Katraj area of the Pune district and managed by the Pune Municipal Corporation. Originally all the animals were kept at the Peshwa Park in traditional cages according to the guidelines of the Central Zoo Authority of India, the Katraj Zoo was created, and the animals were gradually shifted here.

  • Zoo Another Name: Rajiv Gandhi Zoo, Katraj Zoo.
  • Situated Near: Katraj, Pune, Maharashtra.
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1999.
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 53 Hectares (130 acres).
  • Animal Types: Reptiles, mammals and birds including a white tiger, a male Bengal Tiger, leopard, sloth bears, sambhars, barking deer, blackbucks, monkeys, and elephants.
  • Zoo Timings: 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Wednesday).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • This zoological park is divided into three parts – An animal orphanage, a snake park, and a zoo.
  • It also has a lake called Katraj Lake.

Nearby Attractions:

Attractions                                            Distance from the Zoo

Katraj Jain Temple                                 3 km

Iskcon NVCC Temple                             4.9 km

Narayani Dham Temple                         5.6 km

National Defence Academy                  10.3 km

Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple   15.2 km

Sarasbaug Ganpati Temple                   10.9 km

Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum                 11.9 km

10. Indira Gandhi Zoological:

  • Situated Near: Kambalakonda Reserve Forest, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1977
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 253 hectares (625 acres).
  • Animal Types: Birds such as Pelican, Painted stork, Peafowl, Duck, Spotted dove, Lovebird, Parakeet, Eagle, Vulture, Budgerigar, Macaw, Ostrich, and Emu. Primates such as Common langur (Hanuman monkey), Bonnet monkey (common Indian monkey), Rhesus monkey, Olive baboon, Mandrill, Ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta), Goeldi’s marmoset and three new Chimpanzees. Other animals such as Barking deer, Elephant, Wild boar, Gaur, Sambar deer, Spotted deer, Nilgai, Swamp deer, Eld’s deer (Thamin deer), Indian rhinoceros, Hippopotamus, Giraffe, Tiger (Leucistic and Bengal), Leopard, Cheetah, Puma and Jaguar, Jackal, Wild dog, Striped hyena, Sloth bear, Himalayan black bear. Reptiles such as Python, Cobra, King cobra, Rat snake, Tortoise, Terrapin, Water monitor lizard, Monitor lizard, Mugger crocodile, and Gharial.
  • Zoo Timings: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Monday Closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • Amazing collection of flora and fauna.
  • Free Wi-Fi in the complete zoo area.
  • A particular breeding program of White Tigers and Indian Wild Dogs.

Nearby Attractions:

Attractions                                                             Distance from the Zoo

Kailashgiri                                                                  2.1 km

Rushikonda Beach                                                    4.4 km

Vuda Park                                                                   4.6 km

Victory at Sea – Naval War Memorial                  5.6 km

Submarine Museum – INS Kurusara                    5.8 km

Rama Krishna Beach                                                6.6 km

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11. Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Garden:

The zoo is located in the city of Lucknow, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh; this zoo is popularly known as the Lucknow Zoo.

  • Zoo Another Name: Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Prani Udyan, Lucknow Zoological Garden (Previously known as Prince of Wales Zoological Garden).
  • Situated Near: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1921
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 29 Hectares (71.6 Acres).
  • Animal Types: Royal Bengal tiger, Asiatic lion, white Bengal tiger, gray wolf, hoolock gibbon, Himalayan black bear, Indian rhinoceros, barking deer, hog deer, Asiatic elephant, giraffe, zebra, European otters, blackbuck, swamp deer, hill mynahs, golden pheasant, giant squirrels, great pied hornbill, , silver pheasant etc.
  • Zoo Timings: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Monday closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • This zoo breeds the swamp deer, blackbuck, hog deer and barking deer, white tiger, Indian wolf, and several other pheasants.
  • The 1.5 km track of the toy train covers every area of the zoo
  • It is the only other zoo besides the Kanpur Zoo to exhibit an Orangutan

Nearby Attractions:

Attractions                                             Distance from the Zoo

Hazratganj                                                  0.3 km

K.D.SinghBabu Stadium                         0.3 km

1857 Memorial Museum                          0.6 km

British Residency                                      1.8 km

Bara Imambara                                         3.3 km

Chandrika Devi Temple                           2.4 km

Kaiserbagh Palace                                    1.4 km

12. Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan:

Spread in an area of 60.9 hectares, The Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan is the most frequented spot in Patna. It caters to around 45-55 lakh visitors every year. This zoo is a biological park and has a combination of both the zoo and botanical garden.

  • Zoo Another Name: Sanjay Gandhi Botanical and Zoological Garden, Patna Zoo.
  • Situated Near: Bailey Road, Patna, Bihar.
  • Zoo Opened Year:1973
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 60.9 hectares (152.95 acres)
  • Animal types: tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, hippopotamus, crocodile, elephants, Himalayan black bear, jackal, blackbucks, spotted deer, peafowl, hill myna, gharial, python, Indian rhinoceros, chimpanzee, giraffe, zebra, emu, and white peacock.
  • Zoo Timings: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Monday Closed)

Some Amazing Facts:

  • This is one of the favourite picnic spots with more than 50 lakh people visiting each year.
  • The Zoo saw a record 36000 visitors in the new year of 2011.

Nearby Attractions:

  • Patna Museum
  • Hanuman Mandir
  • Eco Park
  • Buddha Smriti Park
  • Bihar museum
  • Gandhi Maidan
  • Golghar

13. Alipore Zoological Garden:

The Zoological Garden, Alipore is the oldest zoo in India which has been formally stated as a zoological park. Open for visitors since 1896; this zoo is one of the most popular tourist attraction spots in Kolkata.

  • Zoo Another Name: Alipore Zoo, Calcutta Zoo.
  • Situated Near: Alipore, Kolkatta, West Bengal.
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1876
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 18.81 hectares (46.5 acres).
  • Animal Types: Royal Bengal tiger, African lion, Asiatic lion, jaguar, hippopotamus, great Indian one-horned rhinoceros, reticulated giraffe, Grant’s zebra, emu, and Indian elephant. It also features a large variety of attractive birds that include some endangered species as well.
  • Zoo timings: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Thursday Closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • The zoo has seen the highest footfall of 1,10,000 visitors on 1/1/2018.
  • The Zoo was famous for its 250-year-old giant tortoise Adwaita (Which expired in 2006).
  • It is one of the first Zoos in the world that bred the White Tiger.
  • The Manipur brow-antlered deer has been brought back from the verge of extinction by the breeding initiative of this zoo.

Nearby Attractions:

Attractions                                                            Distance from the Zoo

Ma Raj Rajeshwari Jyoti Mandir                           0.2 km

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir                        0.6 km

India Beacons Sojourn                                           2.3 km

Horticulture Gardens                                             1.2 km

Victoria Memorial Hall                                          3.8 km

Shaheed Minar                                                         2.3 km

Rabindra Sarovar                                                    3.7 km

14. Kanpur Zoological Park:

Spread over an area of 77 hectares. The Allen Forest Zoo is the largest open green space in the city of Kanpur and the largest zoo in India in the North. The animals here have been put into an open as well as moated closures.

  • Zoo Another Name: Allen Forest Zoo.
  • Situated Near: Azad Nagar, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1974.
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 77 Hectares (190 acres).
  • Animal types: cheetah, leopard, jaguar, hyena, black bear, grizzly bear, sloth, rhinoceros, hippopotamus, monkeys, langur, baboons, musk deer, deer, zebra, and antelope.
  • Zoo timings: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ( Monday Closed).

Some Amazing Facts:

  • The zoo is home to several chimpanzees including the 26-year old Chimpanzee called Chhajju and Orangutans including the 30-year old Mangal.
  • The zoo houses some of the rarest species of plants in its botanical garden.
  • A rainwater lake where 100s of deer can be seen grazing is the center of attraction.
  • The toy train is a valuable addition to the zoo.

Nearby Attractions:

Attractions                                                    Distance from the zoo

Shri Radha Krishna Temple                            3.2 km

ISKCON Kanpur                                              4.8 km

Green Park Stadium                                       4.9 km

Jain Glass Temple                                           3.1 km

Blue World Theme Park                                9.6 km

Jama Masjid                                                    6.7 km

15. Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park:

Constructed in 1977 on an area of 202 acres, the Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park of Zirkapur features a large variety of mammals and birds and is one of the biggest tourist spots in Punjab.

  • Zoo Another Name: Chattbir Zoo
  • Situated Near: Zirkapur, Punjab, India
  • Zoo Opened Year: 1977
  • The area occupied By Zoo: 202acres
  • Animal Types: 369 mammals, 400 birds, and 20 reptiles as on
  • Zoo Timings: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Monday Closed)

Some Amazing Facts:

  • The lion safari is one of the biggest attractions of the Zoo.
  • The Chattbir Zoo features the longest walk-in aviary in India with a walkway of 300m long.

Nearby Attractions:

Attractions                                               Distance from the zoo

Golden temple                                               14.2 km

Sukhna lake                                                    15.3 km

Chandigarh Rose Garden                            15.4 km

Sarkaria Cactus Garden                                11 km

ISKCON Temple, Chandigarh                   14.4 km

Terraced Garden                                          12.1 km

Musical Fountain                                         15.1 km

Japanese Garden                                         10.8 km

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India is a land of diversity and features a varied species of flora and fauna. These species are made available to the public in the numerous zoos in India. These Zoological parks and botanical gardens are a golden opportunity for a nature lover to be one with nature. So on your next trip to any of the States of India, do not forget to add these Zoological parks to your itinerary and experience the grandeur of nature.

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers:

Q1. Which is The Biggest Zoo in India?

Ans: The Nandankanan Zoological Park in Bhubaneshwar is the biggest zoo in India.

Q2. There are in All How Many Zoos in India?

Ans: The total number of zoos in India is more than 61.

Q3. Which is India’s Largest Zoo?

Ans: Spread in an area of 1265 acres with more than 2553 species of flora and fauna to display, the Arignar Anna Zoological Park in Vandalur has the credit of being India’s largest zoo.

Q4. List the Best Zoos in India.

Ans: The following is the list of Zoos in India – The 5 best ones

  • National Zoological Park, Delhi
  • Mysore Zoo, Mysore
  • Indira Gandhi Zoological Park, Visakhapatnam
  • Nehru Zoological Park, Hyderabad
  • Nandankanan Zoological Park, Bhubaneshwar

Q5. Which is the most popular zoo in India?

Ans: The Alipore Zoological Garden of Kolkata is one of the most famous zoos in India. In the New Year of 2018, it had a footfall of more than 1,10,000 people making it one of the most famous zoos in India.

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