Zoo animal adoption continues
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Zoo animal adoption continues

Mysuru: The following persons have adopted the animals of Mysuru Zoo under ‘Adoption of Animals’ scheme by paying the adoption fee:

Medha Shivaram, Bengaluru-Sun Conure (Rs.2,000);  Nalini Kumar, Bengaluru-Indian Cobra (Rs.2,000); R.Vanitha, Mysuru – King Cobra (Rs.3,500) M.K. Ranganatha, Mysuru – King Cobra (Rs.3,500);  Sharada Subhashini, Bengaluru-King Cobra (Rs.3,500); Sahisnu Nimmakayalu, Bengaluru-Grey Parrot (Rs.2,000); Mayura Sambhaji Rao, Maharashtra – Owl (Rs.3,500); B.V. Swathi, Tumakuru – Common Peafowl (Rs.3,500); A.T. Likith, Mysuru- King Cobra (Rs.3,500); Krish & Krithi, Shivamogga – Mouse Deer & Livigston’s Turaco (Rs.9,500);  Kumar Kashyap, Mysuru – Ring Tailed Lemur (Rs.5,000); Rajagopal, Mysuru – Love Bird (Rs.1,000); Pradyumna Bharadwaj, Bengaluru – Mottled Wood Owl (Rs.7,000); Pavana Prakash, Bengaluru -Common Barn Owl & Tawny Eagle (Rs.18,500); K.S. Narasimha Murthi, Mysuru – Smooth Coated Otter & Leopard Cat (Rs.10,000), Arun S.Bhat, Bengaluru- Peacock (Rs.3,500) and Nidad Datta, Mysuru – Love Bird (Rs.1,000), according to a press release.

July 3, 2018

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