Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden otherwise called Sakkarbaug Zoo or Junagadh Zoo is a 200-hectare 490-section of land zoo that opened in 1863 at Junagadh, Gujarat, India. The zoo gives thoroughbred Asiatic lions to the Indian and the global jeopardized species hostage reproducing program for the basically imperiled species. Wild free going Asiatic lions have turned out to be wiped out over a large portion of Asia and are today discovered just in the adjacent Gir Forest.
The Sakkarbaug Zoo was set up in 1863 by The Babi Nawabs of Junagadh state. It is second most established zoo of India and fourth greatest zoo in India. In 2003 the zoo opened a characteristic history historical center in a substantial corridor in the veterinary healing facility. The exhibition hall opened with the skeletons of two Asiatic lions, and also jaguar, deer, wild hog, eland, dark buck, blue bull, and spotted deer. Eggs, noses, and quills of different winged creatures were likewise in plain view.
The exhibition hall will be extended as examples end up accessible. In 2008 the Sakkarbaug Zoo Management Advisory Society was shaped to create and deal with the zoo and its funds. In 2009, Sakkarbaug Zoo turned into the main zoo in India to hold African cheetahs when it exchanged three of its lions with a Singapore zoo for two sets of cheetahs. The last cheetah at the zoo had kicked the bucket more than 60 years prior in 1946.