We photographed the deer in that pose. We passed by the cages of bears, hippopotamuses horses which swim in rivers , camels, elephants, zebras, hares, and other kinds of animals. The monkeys were behaving funnily. When other people and we threw anything at them, they threw it back at us. The beautiful cats, Siamese and Tibetan, with very long hair and in white, black and brown colors, were a highly beautiful sight. We wanted to take them home. I asked one of the zoo attendants if kittens were sold in the zoo.
He replied that it was not possible, as they sent extra kittens, puppies, and young animals to other zoos in the country or exchanged them with animals from other countries. As we were walking towards the cages of birds, my friends drew my attention to some long snakes sticking to tall trees.
Outside, it was warm and sunny. The place was crowded. There were vendors selling balloons, caps, eatables and lot of other things. My father bought three tickets and we all walked into the zoo. Inside we boarded a small train which took us around the park. Near his home there is also a huge pond filled with water for the lion to drink water. The atmosphere created is just like the jungle we visualise to be where the lion is supposed to live.
This area gives us a very clear picture of what a jungle is, and we also find it very easy to understand the living condition of a lion in the jungle. It teaches more than any book could, as, we see the lion itself and the surroundings as they are. The other area of the zoo that I liked was the setting made for the monkeys of different kinds and sizes and colours.
Some are black and skin colour while others are just plain skin colour. I do wonder why most of the children visiting the zoo were crowding at this area. It appeared as though the monkey was a high attraction for all of them.
I also liked the area very much, and we had a lot of fun in this place. It was such fun seeing all size monkeys jumping from tree to tree with such ease. Huge and very fat monkeys were seen jumping with as much ease as the small and thin ones.
How they ate the mustard and fruits thrown to them by the children was the most interesting sight to watch. After seeing the zoo, we felt tired and hungry. We sat under a tree and ate our tiffin.Their fidgeting in water was really very delighting. Then we moved ahead to the enclosure where playing birds were chirping. We saw many birds there - sparrows, nightingales and owls of different colours set in the closed cage. At the same time it was awesome to see the king of the forest. It covers a vast area of about 35 acres.
There were a large number of people there. In one corner of the garden there was a big tree on which a large number of monkeys and baboons were jumping. We visited the tigers, lions and bears shut in cages.
I was very delighted to see my favourite animals, which included tigers, lions, leopard and cheetah. A deep canal ran parallel to the footpath. We bought our tickets and went inside the zoo. It appeared as though the monkey was a high attraction for all of them.
Then we entered the zoo. When we went closer, we found many snakes and some dragons in a big cage. Father took his camera along, and we all left for the zoo. It was interesting to see new birds in an enclosure. We visited the tigers, lions and bears shut in cages.
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Then we moved to the den of the tiger. It is always crowded by thousands of people and children every day. I went close to them and found them to be very much like the cats at home. We saw snakes like cobras and pythons.