Zoo to get first master plan in 134 years

The Alipore Zoo in India was founded in 1875 spread across 45 acres housing numerous animals. A new masterplan is being formulated to upgrade facilities, change the housing of most animals, and ban visitors from being food to the zoo. Such a masterplan has been long coming at the zoo as organisations such as PETA have protested and brought to light the issues of cramp cages and living conditions for many of the animals.

SOURCE: The Telegraph – Calcutta (Kolkata) – First master plan in 134 yrs

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