If all goes well, the population of Ostrich, the largest and heaviest bird of the earth in Jaipur (Jaipur Zoo) will increase in the coming time. For this, a new male ostrich Mallikarjun has been brought from Chennai in Jaipur Zoo.
Mallikarjun weighing 125 kg has been brought to Jaipur after a long journey of about 7 days. Now Mallikarjun will be quarantined for a few days. She will then be paired with the pre-existing female ostrich Devasena and Avantika in Jaipur Zoo. The Forest Department is continuing its efforts for a long time to prepare the country’s best collection of birds in the Jaipur Heritage Zoo.
Both female ostrich had been living alone for about 9 months.
In order to complete this effort, efforts are being made to populate the earth’s largest and heaviest bird, the ostrich, in Jaipur zoo. But Jaipur Zoo is getting failure every time in this effort. The first female ostrich Devasena I was killed. After that the male ostrich Bahubali, who was brought here, died. After the death of Bahubali, both female ostrich were living alone for about 9 months.Mallikarjun will pair with both Devasena and Avantika
After that, after completing the road of 2200 km road again, male Shaturmug Mallikarjun from Chennai has been brought from Jaipur. Mallikarjun will be paired with both Devasena and Avantika. The forest department has high hopes from this couple. This bird of the continent of Africa will take some time to adapt to the environment of Rajasthan, but once its breeding is successful here, a good population of ostrich can be seen in Jaipur.