One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera

Last weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. 

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.White Tiger @ Delhi Zoo: Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grass
Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grass

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of White Tiger in Delhi Zoo Tiger looks like it has eaten its full

White Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.

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One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Lioness in Delhi Zoo: Lioness looks like she is yawning Lioness looks like she is yawning

Lioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click Here

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of EMU in Delhi Zoo
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of EMU in Delhi Zoo

EMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.
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One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Zebra in Delhi Zoo: Looks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grass Looks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grass

Zebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.
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One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Leopard in Delhi Zoo: Leopard through a fence, the bars barely visible Leopard through a fence, the bars barely visible

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Leopard in Delhi Zoo: Leopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo.
Leopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click here

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Hippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or reproduction and childbirth both occur in water.Hippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know More

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Giraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species.

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One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Peacocks in Delhi Zoo
Peacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know More

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Crocodile in Delhi Zoo
Big crocodile, but looking the other way

Crocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know More

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of BlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of BlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)

BlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)
Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlights A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlights

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.


One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Sloth Bear in Delhi Zoo: Black Bear seemingly advancing on us Black Bear seemingly advancing on us
Sloth Bear

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Birds in Delhi Zoo
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Birds in Delhi Zoo
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Birds in Delhi Zoo
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Birds in Delhi Zoo

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Birds in Delhi Zoo
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Birds in Delhi Zoo Birds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.Photograph of Chinkaras in Delhi Zoo
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White Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...

One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.
One round inside Delhi Zoo with Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Photographs on Delhi ZooLast weekend I went to Delhi Zoo with some of my friends and had good fun there.. Here are few photographs clicked inside the Delhi Zoo.. Watchful yet lazy tiger among medium high grassTiger looks like it has eaten its fullWhite Tigers in Delhi Zoo: Compared to orange tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be larger both at birth and at full adult size. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide with about 100 of them in India, and their numbers are on the increase.For more details Click HereLioness looks like she is yawningLioness in Delhi Zoo : There are two places where Lions can be seen inside Delhi Zoo. One is behind the place where you see lot of Giraffes walking in a big ward. Other one is near Crocodile pond. To know more about Lions Click HereEMU in Delhi Zoo : Emus are in same row where you will find a large group of White Tigers & Elephants. Emu is also the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest and arid areas.Know MoreLooks like Zebra stripped the patch clean of grassZebra in Delhi Zoo: There is a large area where Zebras could be seen in the zoo. We saw four Zebras in Zoo. Delhi Zoo has some Zebras from San Diego in some exchange program. They are best known for their distinctive white and black stripes, which come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds.Know MoreLeopard through a fence, the bars barely visibleLeopard in Delhi Zoo : We saw only two leopard in Delhi Zoo. To know more about Leopards click hereHippopotamus in Delhi Zoo: During the day they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. Know MoreGiraffe in Delhi Zoo: the tallest of all land-living animal species. Know MorePeacocks in Delhi Zoo: In Zoo you will hear Peacock sound all around but its hard to find them in June-July because they generally go inside deep forest and there is grass at most of the places which hide them. The male peacock flares out its feathers when it is trying to get the females attention. During mating season they will often emit a very loud high pitched cry. Know MoreBig crocodile, but looking the other wayCrocodile in Delhi Zoo: Know MoreBlackBucks...(Kala Hiran)Now most of the Indians must be knowing about Blackbucks and Salman can never forget because he has spent some time in jail for black buck poaching case.A deer, always looking like its caught in the headlightsBlack Bear seemingly advancing on usSloth BearBirds in Delhi Zoo (Don't know right name of these birds)Chinkara Know MoreWhite Deer are also there in Delhi Zoo but we missed them because we were not following Zoo map :( ... I suggest to spend 10 minutes on Zoo map & plan accordingly. Most of the times we get to know that Tiger is on this side & we change our route. Same thing happened with us and we realized that we missed some animals :(.... SO PLAN YOUR ROUTE BEFORE STARTING ZOO EXPLORATION...The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.
The Delhi Zoo is an ideal place to spend a day with friends, family and children. The experience is fun and educational as well. The Zoo at Delhi was set up in 1957 over a sprawling expanse of 240 acres area. Animals have been imported from various jungles of Asia, America, Africa and Australia and no stone has been left unturned to preserve their natural environment and habitat.


A day spent at the Delhi Zoo may be a peaceful picnic, observing these exotic creatures at close quarters and learning more about their habitat, feeding habits and lifecycle. The zoo is also a botanist’s paradise. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are found here.

The Delhi Zoo remains closed on Friday and on other days the zoo timings are 8 am to 6 pm in summers and 9 am to 5 pm in winters. An admission fee of Rs. 10 per head is charged at the Delhi Zoo.
I have tried to share Photographs of most the animals in Delhi Zoo. Please share your comments, so that I can improve this blog by sharing the details in better way.


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10 comments:

Vikas Sharma said...

Nice photographs ripple. and your info is also good. i hope i may visit this nice pictured place soon.

Vibha said...

We did see the white bucks and clicked some pictures too. I guess you do not remember. The name is there in my diary as well...

Vaishali said...

We saw about 40 animals. It was real fun..One would find mischievous monkeys too. So beware!

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Bro Every thing is fine but if u could add up Road map & Entry to Zoo it would become the best part Hope ull do it.

Anonymous said...

nice work dear....you have created a zest to visit the place...thanks..

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