Pilikula Biological Park: Animal Exchange Programme To Resume Soon

Pilikula Biological Park: Animal Exchange Programme To Resume Soon

December 21: The Central Zoo Authority of India has recognized the park as a major zoo, where the animals are kept in spacious enclosures, which closely resemble their natural habitat. The animal exchange programme of the Pilikula Biological Park is expected to resume soon which had come to halt due to covid pandemic. The animal exchange programme will start as soon as all the zoos in North India reopen. The exchange programme helps in increasing the number of species, and plays a major role in scientific breeding of animals, as there is a change in the bloodline.
H J Bhandary, director, Pilikula Biological Park, said that the park has animals for exchange, but the exchange programme will be taken up only after approval from the Central Zoo Authority and also on requests from other zoos.
In February this year, the park authorities received two striped hyenas, a gaur and four black swans from the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, Mysuru and in return the park had sent two tigers, four king cobras and two lesser whistling teals.

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