India’s largest zoo in Chennai–the Arignar Anna Zoological Park (AAZP) at Vandalur–as well as the Madras Crocodile Bank on the ECR, have received help to overcome the challenges from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Continue Reading
Arignar Anna Zoological Park management has said that special arrangements have been made for the visitors to view the new born animals in a special exclusive large LED display exclusively arranged on Kannum Pongal day.
Greenery all around, not a tinge of artificiality anywhere. No colourful plastic balls or metal monkey bars. Instead, children here visit spot orchards and Vandalur zoo. Continue Reading
Lace up your running shoes and get ready to hit the ground 5 October for India’s first ever run in a zoo – Vandalur Zoo’s Wild Run. Continue Reading
As part of Arignar Anna Zoological Park – Zoo School summer camp, the wildlife photography workshop saw more than 75 participants. Continue Reading
Actor Vijay Sethupathi adopted two white tigers from the Arignar Anna Zoological Park, Vandalur. The actor visited the zoo and handed over a cheque worth Rs 5 lakh to the authorities for welfare of the animals. The actor adopted a five-year-old male white tiger Adithya and the four-and-half-year-old Arthi. Remember a few months ago, actor Sivakarthikeyan has adopted a tiger from Vandalur Zoo. He adopted the white tigress named Anu for a period of six months. Continue Reading
Fifty one students, 10 from each Government High School of Kanchipuram District namely Rathinamangalam, Karanaiputhucheri, Kolapakkam, Kandigaiand Otteri participated along with the incharge teachers in the first summer camp 2019…. Continue Reading