Aravali Jungle Safari

Aravali Jungle Safari

Aravali Safari Park will be developed in three phases, and the first phase is expected to be completed in about two years.

Key Points:

  • The Jungle Safari will be set up on 10,000 acres of land in Gurgaon and Nuh districts of Haryana. The aim of this safari is to conserve the local/native flora and fauna. To improve the overall soil water regime to preserve and enrich the ecology.
  • Groundwater recharge, wildlife habitat improvement, local weather, and development as a sink for CO2 and other pollutants. Conservation of the natural heritage of the region and promotion of environmental awareness among the people. All types of animals and birds will be included in the safari.
  • It will be developed as a center for conservation of migratory birds and maintenance and protection of endangered animals. Aravalli Safari would be a suitable habitat for the tiger. Species like chital, sambar, deer, blue bull, barking deer and blackbuck are planned to be kept in the safari.
  • World’s largest such safari is in Sharjah, which is spread over 800 hectares and is home to 120 species. This project will be the largest such project in the world. The project proposes to set up a large herpetarium, an aviary, a ‘Big Cat’ area and nature tourism area.

Source – Indian Express

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