While you were caught up with following each part of Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja’s gigantic Bollywood wedding, two tigers at the Delhi Zoo furtively “got married.” The zoo affirmed today that the enormous felines were “wedded” in a novel endeavor to get the yellow-striped Royal Bengal Tiger to mate with the white tiger and create more advantageous blended posterity.
Five-year-old Karan, the Royal Bengal tiger and three-year-old Nirbhaya, the white tigress were moved into a similar fenced in area after zoo authorities saw a specific “science” developing between them, detailed The New Indian Express.
“They were acquainted with each other two days back, in a private walled in area… we needed to check whether they have science, will they battle or not. They sniffed each other and appear to get along,” Renu Singh, the Delhi Zoo’s chief, disclosed to The Indian Express. “Recently, we got them wedded.”
The “blend and-mate proposition” is the first to happen at the Delhi Zoo in about three decades.
Seeing the “love birds” excited guests to the Delhi Zoo this week. Be that as it may, the enormous felines will in the end be isolated and come back to their unique walled in areas.
The National Zoological Park is outstanding for its rich rearing projects. It has additionally taken part in different trade programs by giving surplus creatures to different zoos.
The tiger populace at the Delhi Zoo has constantly drawn a sizeable group and zoo authorities are making a decent attempt to expand their numbers.
Spread crosswise over 176 sections of land of land, the Delhi Zoo is one of India’s most open zoological parks. It is home to around 1,350 creatures speaking to very nearly 130 species, and brags a wide assortment of indigenous and intriguing winged creatures. The zoo is likewise part of the preservation reproducing projects of the Central Zoo Authority.