Delhi Zoo Set for Transformation: New Species and Visitor Enhancements

The National Zoological Park, commonly known as the Delhi Zoo, will undergo a significant transformation to improve visitor experiences and introduce new animal species. The zoo, situated on a 176-acre site behind the Purana Qila, will also see aesthetic improvements, enhanced living conditions for animals, and innovative educational tools like QR codes.


PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 08-06-2024 17:32 IST | Created: 08-06-2024 17:32 IST
Delhi Zoo Set for Transformation: New Species and Visitor Enhancements
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The National Zoological Park, popularly known as the Delhi Zoo, is set to undergo a major transformation. The focus will be on enhancing visitor experiences and introducing new animal species.

Sanjeev Kumar, director of the National Zoological Park, discussed the 'Zoo Transformative Plan,' highlighting ongoing projects aimed at improving the zoo's aesthetics and visitor amenities. 'We are committed to making the zoo more convenient for visitors and enhancing the living conditions for our animals,' Kumar emphasized.

A key feature of the plan is an innovative audio guide, accessible via QR codes strategically placed throughout the zoo. These codes will offer detailed audio information about the animals, revolutionizing how visitors learn about the zoo's wildlife.

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