Nehru Zoological Park is arranged in Bahadurpur region, which is around 16 km from the city of Hyderabad. The recreation center was built up in 1959 and it was opened in 1963. It was named after Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the main Prime Minister of India. Nehru Zoological Park covers around 300 sections of land of land and is occupied by in excess of 1500 types of untamed life. The zoo is home to species like Asiatic lion, imperial Bengal tiger and white tiger, dark puma, rhinoceros, crocodile, American buffalo, chinkara, orangutan, and so forth. Reptilian species like Indian cobra, goliath tortoises, star tortoises, water turtles, Russell's snake, monster shake python, and so forth can likewise be found here. Some different attractions of Nehru Zoological Park are Dinosaur Park, Natural history Museum and Children's Train.