The Kurumbapatti Zoological Park is a mini zoo, located within the foothills of the Shervaroyan Hills, 10 km from Salem, Tamil Nadu and India. It turned into set up in 1981 as a small museum and changed into later prolonged to 31.73 Ha. The zoo houses many species of natural world, with monkeys as the fundamental attraction, and is inside the area of reserve woodland, allowing traffic to the opportunity to also experience the flora and fauna.
The park is a mild placeholder, regions of bamboo and forest and semi-perennial streams. Facilities consist of a kid's playground vicinity. The park has been identified as a small class zoo. The zoo is placed in Kurumbapatty reserve forests inside the foothills of the Shervaroys. The city is surrounded through hillsocks and reserve forests. Consequently, the zoo is worried within the rescue and rehabilitation of wild animals. The injured animals are given animal protection on the zoo and different animals are quarantined and released into the wild.