Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalay
Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalay, also known as Indore Zoo is situated in Navlakha, Indore. It has the distinction of being the largest zoological garden of the state and one of the oldest zoological parks of Madhya Pradesh. It was opened in the year 1974 and is spread over a land of about 51 acres. Indore Municipal Corporation is recognized as its managing body. Successful breeding of white tigers, royal Bengal tigers, Himalayan bear and white peacock have taken place in this zoo. Apart from breeding, this zoo is also involved in reproduction, protection and exhibition of animals, plants and their habitats.
Gwalior Zoo or Gandhi Prani Udhyan or Gandhi Zoo is situated in Gwalior, inside a huge garden (Phool Bagh). It is regarded as one of the most green and well maintained zoological parks of Madhya Pradesh. It was established in the year 1922. Madhao Rao Scindia is credited with the establishment of this zoo. Some of the animals preserved in this zoo are deer, monkeys, royal Bengal tiger, serpents and crocodile.
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