Tag: Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens

Tiger, King Cobra die at Mysuru Zoo
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Tiger, King Cobra die at Mysuru Zoo

March 3, 2020

They were brought from Pilikula Zoo, Mangaluru on Feb. 28 Mysore/Mysuru: A King Cobra and a Tiger that were brought from Pilikula Biological Park in Mangaluru, under animal exchange programme on Feb.28, have died at the Zoo on Feb. 29 and Mar. 1 respectively. The Tiger and the King Cobra were among the pair of tigers,…

Feeding a Zoo!
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Feeding a Zoo!

February 16, 2020

What it takes to feed carnivores, omnivores, frugivores, insectivores, foliavores and nectavores By S. Kenneth Shishir One might think feeding a Zoo is easy. But Zoo keepers say that a lot of planning and preparation goes into animal diets. With more than 100 species of animals, reptiles and birds residing at Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens…

Tallest Animal Travels Longest Distance
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Tallest Animal Travels Longest Distance

December 14, 2019

12-foot tall Chamarajendra covers 3,200 kms in a 16-foot crate from Mysuru to Guwahati Zoo Mysuru: A male giraffe from Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens (Mysuru Zoo) has created a record of sorts by travelling all the way to Assam State Zoo-cum-   Botanical Garden at Guwahati on road. The 14-month-old giraffe, Chamarajendra, travelled 3,200 kilometres…

Zoo Educators Selection and Training programme
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Zoo Educators Selection and Training programme

July 19, 2019

Mysuru: Here is an opportunity for animal-lovers to serve as volunteers in Zoo. Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens (Mysuru Zoo) has invited applications to select  “Volunteer Zoo Educators.”  Zoo Educators are volunteers who will help the zoo in educating  about the zoo and wildlife conservation. The selected 50 candidates will be given four days training and…

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