Hyderabad, October 18: Gland Pharma, a city business, adopted 27 animals for one year in Hyderabad at a cost of Rs 20 crore.
The adopted animals included large cats such as a tiger and lions, giraffe, hippopotamus, cheetah and deer.
The company also adopted birds such as ostriches, flamingos, rhinos and vultures.
Gland Pharma’s social responsibility management members visited the zoo and handed the check to A. Nagamani, Deputy Curator of Nehru Zoological Park, Hyderabad.
‘Although the zoo was closed to visitors due to the pandemic Covid-19 From March 2020 to 5 October, and lost most of its revenue, the zoo workers regularly fulfilled their duties and maintained the animal health and hygiene in good condition.
The deputy curator thanks the pharmaceutical company for adopting 27 animals at a time and emphasizes that the funds will help the zoo a lot.
She also called on people to come forward and adopt animals to become part of animal conservation.
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