To make people more aware of animals, Alipore Zoological Garden in Kolkata
has instituted a month-long adoption program. In addition, the Zoo has a year-long adoption process in place. According to zoo authorities, adoption prices have been reduced, and individuals are urged to adopt less-popular birds and animals in addition to popular ones like deer, tigers, and chimps.
The Zoological Garden
, Alipore is India's oldest fully recognized zoological park and a popular tourist destination in Kolkata, West Bengal.
It has been operating as a zoo since 1876 and occupies an area of 18.811 acres. It is most famous for being the home of the now-deceased Aldabra gigantic tortoise Adwaita, who was said to be over 250 years old when he perished in 2006. It also serves as the site of one of the several conservation
efforts initiatives for the Manipur
brow-antlered deer. It is among the most famous attractions in Kolkata
, especially during the winter months of December and January. The greatest attendance to far was 110,000 visitors on January 1, 2018.