Bannerghatta National Park Part 1 :Photos And Review Videos7:28 PM
Can you imagine a day,
Just a day as an animal.
Caged inside,with flashlights
The crowd stares at you.
They scream they shout,
For you to move,
when you took rest in the corner.
So lonely you're,been separated
from your mother,
you shove the crowd away
in rage,but the crowd never goes
Day n day the crowd returns
you need food,the food you like
Is the one you never get,
cauz you cannot hunt.
You stink you smell
and the females run away
You care least,
But all have been in your eyes.
The pain,the suffering
What have you done wrong.
You turn to god and say
wats my mistake.
Why dont they respect us,
free us and not kill us.
God had no answer.
What Internet Says??
Bannerghatta National Park is located at a distance of 22 km south of Bangalore. This 25,000 acre zoological park was established in 1971 and is one of the major tourist destinations of Bangalore. Ten reserve forests of Anekal Range of the Bangalore Forest Division come under this national park.
Bannerghatta National Park provides shelter to the Mammals like elephant, gaur, leopard, jackal, fox, wild pig, sloth bear, sambar, spotted deer, barking deer, common langur, bonnet macaque, porcupine and the hare.
One of the main attractions of Bannerghatta National Park is lion and tiger safari. The Tiger Reserve of the park has been recognized by the Forest Department of India. The other attractions of this park include its crocodile, snake farm and the Butterfly park.
Bannerghatta National Park also houses verity of Birds like cormorants, white ibis, little green heron, grey heron, paradise flycatcher, Tickell's Blue Flycatcher, Common Grey Hornbill, White bellied Drong, Spotted Owlet, Collared Scop's owl, Mottled Wood Owl, Eurasian Eagle owl and Brown Fish owl.
Bannerghatta National Park boasts of a rich flora, including the zizyphus, jalari, neem, tamarind, chujjullu, sandal, etc.
Bannerghatta National Park houses a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The zoo, which is a major attraction in this area, also has a reptile park and a small theatre.
A children's corner provides an added attraction. Trekking lovers will enjoy Uddigebande (3.5 km) a natural rock formation called Hajjamana Kallu (3 km) and Mirza Hill (1.5 km)
Best season to visit Bannerghatta National Park is throughout the year. This park remains open between 9 AM and 5 PM and remains closed on Tuesdays.
What Anki Says??
Bannerghatta National Park: National Parks anywhere are treat to your eyes,if you love animals.I do,so this one was an interesting tourist destination.This wasn't my first visit to the park.Last time when I had gone there,I had taken a grand safari but we had jeep and elephant options as well.But now these options are not available.So I took tickets for the safari,with which the zoo entry was free.
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