This Mini Zoo & Forest Museum has many species.The salt water crocodile breeding programme has been very successful and the many crocodiles which were bred here are now in wild waters among the dense mangrove forests. Though these waters are also being used by the tourists for swimming but there has been perfect harmony between the swimmers and the crocodiles. Near the zoo is the museum maintained and run by the forest department. This unusual museum displays locally grown woods, including Padauk which has both light and dark colours present in the same tree.
|Visiting Hours||:||7 am to 12 noon and from 1 pm to 5 pm on all days except Monday|
|Entry Fee||:||Adult –Rs. 2/-, Child – Re.1/-|
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