Mohali: Chhatbir zoo launches extra sights for guests


Punjab forest minister Lal Chand Kataruchak on Thursday inaugurated numerous new sights for guests and amenities for animals at Chhatbir Zoo.

Among the many new sights for the general public is a Nature Interpretation Centre that shows the zoo’s historical past and the function performed by zoos in conservation of untamed animals.

The centre additionally options interactive shows concerning the state hen, state animal, state tree and state aquatic animal of Punjab. Info with respect to wetlands of Punjab and the timeline of gharial’s reintroduction in Beas river can also be displayed.

An open-air Zoo Training Plaza, which has a seating capability for greater than 100, was additionally inaugurated. The venue might be utilised for routine consciousness and training programmes about forests, wildlife and setting conservation for guests and schoolchildren.

Principal chief conservator of forests (HoFF) RK Mishra mentioned earlier the minister inaugurated the revamped animal kitchen the place their each day feed might be ready whereas following scientific protocols for security, biosecurity and cleanliness.

A vital care unit for carnivores at Lion Safari, arrange as per internation requirements with temperature and humidity management, was additionally inaugurated.

Dera Bassi MLA Kuljit Singh Randhawa was additionally current on the event.

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