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Zoo Executive Director, Mysuru DCF transferred
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Zoo Executive Director, Mysuru DCF transferred

Mysuru: Mysuru Zoo Executive Director K. Kamala Karikalan and Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF), Mysuru Division, Dr. V. Karikalan are among the 13 Indian Forest Service (IFS) officers who have been transferred by the State government yesterday. In their new postings, Kamala will be the Executive Director of Karnataka Forest Development Corporation (Rubber), Mangaluru while…

Animal adoption continues at Zoo
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Animal adoption continues at Zoo

Mysuru: Following persons have adopted the animals of Mysuru Zoo under ‘Adoption of Animals’ scheme by paying the adoption fee: Ria Ravi Machani – Bengaluru: Black Buck (Rs.7,500), Alisha Satish Machani – Bengaluru: Lemur (Rs.5,000), M.R. Ramesh – Bengaluru: Emu and Nilgiri Langur (Rs. 20,000), Krisna Ravi Machani – Bengaluru: Marmoset (Rs. 7,500), Iswar Ravi…

Himalayan bears Arun, Suchitra get new enclosure at Zoo
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Himalayan bears Arun, Suchitra get new enclosure at Zoo

Mysuru: Two Himalayan black bears have got a new enclosure at Mysuru Zoo. The newly-constructed enclosure was inaugurated by District In-charge Minister Dr. H.C. Mahadevappa yesterday. The bears, Arun and Suchitra, were released into the new facility. Another Himalayan bear, Ashwath, had been retained at the old enclosure. Speaking to reporters, Dr. Mahadevappa said that…

Mysuru Zoo to get guests from Singapore and Chennai Zoos
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Mysuru Zoo to get guests from Singapore and Chennai Zoos

Mysuru: The Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, popularly known as the Mysuru Zoo, will be receiving a pair of White Rhinos and a pair of Lion Tailed Macaques under Animal Exchange Programme soon. The Zoo authorities are introducing new animals in the zoo, which will be celebrating 125 years. The Zoo has already received new animals and…

Zoo animals adopted
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Zoo animals adopted

Mysuru: The following persons have adopted the animals of Mysuru Zoo under “Adoption of Animals” scheme by paying the adoption fee: C. Vikas- Bengaluru (Great Indian Hornbill): Rs. 5,000, Adhithya Shreyas Narayan – Bengaluru (Red-Collared Lorikeet): Rs.2,000, V.S. Sneha Manjunath – Bengaluru (White Peacock): Rs.3,500, P. Chirag Barola, – Mysuru (Love Bird):  Rs.1,000, according to…

Children, Zoo denizens soak in artificial rain !
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Children, Zoo denizens soak in artificial rain !

Mysuru: Hours before rain lashed the city bringing down temperatures, artificial showers provided relief for children who are participating at the Rangayana Chinnara Mela. At the same time, taking note of increased heat and humidity, the authorities at the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Garden, also known as Mysuru Zoo, too made arrangements for artificial showers to…

Summer Camp: Zoo to issue applications from tomorrow
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Summer Camp: Zoo to issue applications from tomorrow

Mysuru: Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens  in city is organising a summer camp from May 1 to May 17 for students (6th std to PUC) in the following 2 batches for a period of one week. The enrolment will be on first-come-first-serve basis. Applications will be issued from Apr.21 for both the batches. Batch 1:  May…

City gets yet another amphitheatre
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City gets yet another amphitheatre

CM likely to dedicate new facility at Zoo by month-end Mysuru  – In addition to the already existing amphitheatres at Vanaranga in Rangayana and Open Air Theatre in Manasagangothri, the city gets yet another amphitheatre at the famous Mysuru Zoo. The 500-seat open sky amphitheatre, which was initiated during the tenure of B.P. Ravi as…

Renewal of animal adoption at Zoo
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Renewal of animal adoption at Zoo

Mysuru – The adoption of a Baby Giraffe and a Sarus Crane of Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens has been renewed  by Kanika Rana of Bengaluru, under the Animal Adoption Scheme for a period of one year from 1.4.2017 to 31.3.2018 by making a payment of Rs.57,500. Animal adoption:  The following persons have adopted the animals…

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