The Mysuru Zoo protects elephants for Shivamogga

Mysuru Zoo will save 21 gaurs for Shivamogga Zoo, which is being renovated to attract visitors . Three pairs of gaurs have already been ordered, and the remaining 15 will be delivered in due course .

Milton.LawrenceMysuru (Michigan): The 130-year-old Mysuru Zoo will save 21 gaurs (Indian bison) for the Shivamogga Zoo, which is being renovated to attract visitors.Three pairs of gaurs have already been ordered, and the remaining will be delivered shortly.More than twoscore gaurs live in the zoo, which has been a breeding site for the Indian bison for the past two decades.It has also provided gaurs to Chhattisgarh and the Czech Republic, as well as to other parts of India.

Three pairs of gaurs have been sent, and the remaining 15 will be delivered in due course.According to Mysuru Zoo director Ajit Kulkarni, these gaurs will be left in the forest where the safari will be conducted.For the past several decades, the Mysuru plant has been displaying gaurs.At the zoo, an exclusive enclosure to house the mighty creature was also installed.

The facility currently has about 40 gaurs, of which about 21 are given to Shivamogga.Two pairs of gaurs were originally distributed to Czech Republic Zoo and some to Raipur Zoo in Chhattisgarh.The zoo has evolved into a breeding center.Giraffes and tigers have also been bred here, as did many other animals, according to the director.