Indira Gandhi Zoological Park

Indira Gandhi Zoological Park is located in Visakhapatnam in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It is the second largest zoological park in the state, after Hyderabad Zoo. It was opened for public in 1972.

It is situated along the national highway, and is spread over an area of 250 hectares.

The park has a rich collection of flora and fauna, including some exotic species of animals from Australia. The Park has more than 400 varieties of fauna.

It has facilities for deer safari, has five enclosures for monkeys and primates, special dens for lions and tigers, six enclosures for deer and eight specially designed enclosures for small mammals.

The main attraction here is viewing the big cats, in particular the white tiger.

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