Tiger in delhi zoo

A photo of a Royal Bengal Tiger, taken inside the Delhi Zoo in India. The tiger was at rest in its enclosure, but not sleeping. This is an open enclosure, separated from visitors and the rest of the zoo by a large moat, hopefully preventing the tiger from escaping. The Delhi Zoo is a prominent part of the tourist circuit of Delhi, along with being the destination for a large number of children. The zoo occupies a space of 176 acres in Delhi, next to the Purana Qila in central Delhi. The zoo was opened in the year 1959, and was renamed as the National Zoological Park in 1982. The zoo has a total of animals and birds representing a total of 130 species. The zoo has some strict controls and does not allow any food items to be carried inside the zoo, with a security check at the entrance. If you decide to cover the zoo on foot, it can be tiring, although there is a provision of using a battery operated vehicle inside the zoo. <a href="">Website</a> BeNGaL TiGeR Delhi Zoo Royal Bengal Tiger Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Day Delhi Zoo Tiger Mammal Nature No People One Animal Outdoors Tiger Tiger In Delhi Zoo Tiger In The Zoo Tree