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Dalmatian pelican arrives at Pilikula Biological Park

Published On : 17 Jul 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Visitors of Pilikula Biological Park have another reason to visit the park as Dalmatian pelican, the world’s largest freshwater bird with wingspans that rival that of the great albatrosses, has arrived at the Pilikula Biological Park at Moodushedde from Udaipur.

Also, with a view to prevent in-breeding and preserve the blood line, under the biological park’s exchange policy, the park authorities welcomed a six-year-old lion, Prashanth, from Udaipur Zoo. With this, the number of lions at the park went up to five, of them three being lionesses.

H Jayaprakash Bhandary, director of the Pilikula Biological Park said the tigers at the park have great demand at other Zoos due to their good health and bloodlines. The park has 11 tigers, of which three are tigresses. Bhandary said already talks are on to get a white tiger from Rajkot and hoped it would come soon.







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