The story behind this animal exhibit is that Anandapur was a hunting camp centuries ago but has since been turned into a conservation station run by the Royal Anandapur Wildlife and Forest Authority. Inside you will find jungle settings from India, Nepal, and other central Asia regions and the exotic animals you can find there. In additoin to many exotic birds, gibbons, tapirs, and a large bat community, a half-dozen tigers are the highlight.
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