Rani Bagh, Hyderabad
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The Rani Bagh ("Queen's Garden"), previously Das Garden, is a zoological garden located in Hyderabad City, Sindh, Pakistan. The garden was re-christened in honour of Queen Victoria. It was established as a botanical garden in 1861 by the then Agro-horticultural Society and later animals were moved in.
|Date opened||1861 (as a botanical garden)|
|Land area||53 acres (21 ha)|
|No. of species||~70 (animals) |
Rani Bagh was spread over 53 acres (21 ha) of land, divided into four parts. The four parts included Eidgah, the Abbas Bhai Park, zoo and lawns, children parks, jogging tracks and parking area.
Apart from approximately 21 species of mammals, 41 species of birds and 10 species of reptiles, Rani Bagh is home to 3,177 trees of 227 species.
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- Rani Bagh Inauguration Ceremony (Photo gallery)
- Timely completion of project urged: Rani Bagh development - Daily Dawn
- HYDERABAD: Renovated Rani Bagh awaits visitors
- Rani Bagh under threat - Daily Dawn
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