Nehru Zoological Park
latitude : 17.231317520 longitude :78.429855350
Corporation : Hyderabad
GPS Code : VOHS
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Nehru Zoological Park located in Hyderabad, Telangana . Spread in over 380 acres was established on 6th October, 1963. This is the first Zoo in India to have animals arranged in Zoological order, Such open enclosures, in near natural ambience, makes animals feel "at home". The zoo is managed by the Forest Department of the Government of Telangana. This helps in their breeding, and study on animal behaviour. No wonder, the Zoo has bred successf
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