Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park in Hyderabad
The Kasu Brahmananda Reddy generally known as KBR National Park was known as Chiran Palace before. It is situated at the Jubilee Hill in Hyderabad city. In the year 1960, Chiran Palace was built covering a region of 400 section of land. The royal residence complex was given as a blessing to Prince Mukarram Jah by his dad Prince Azam Jah in the year 1967 on the event of his royal celebration.
The present name was given to the park after the previous’ name chief clergyman of the condition of Andhra Pradesh Kasu Brahmananda Reddy. The park is covering a zone of 150 hectares and has been built up with the mean to shield the biodiversity of this area. The Chiran Palace which now fits in with the previous Hyderabad’s Nizam is situated here.
This park houses a huge mixture of untamed life. There are around six hundred types of verdure found here. There are numerous herbs, bushes, creepers and climbers. Couple of xerophytes and pteridophytes are additionally found here. Around one hundred and thirteen flying creature species and twenty types of warm blooded animals, fifteen types of butterfly and twenty reptile species alongside an extensive variety of spineless creatures are found here.
The vast well evolved creatures are not found in the premises of the KBR National Park. Little Jungle and palm civets can be spotted here. The park offers an urban shelter for some uncommon fauna species like jungle felines, monitor reptiles, wild pigs and numerous snake varieties bags are likewise found here.
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