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Guindy National Park

TTDC / Guindy National Park

This park is unique in that it has the rarest type of vegetation, and is perhaps the only one of its kind to be located within a large metropolis. Set on 282 hectares, it has over 350 species of plants and 30 species of trees with giant banyan trees that are over 100 years old. Within this area is the Children’s Park, of around 22 acres, to educate children and make them aware about animals and conservation. The Children’s Park has a small zoo with a variety of animals for such education.
The Guindy National Park also houses a snake park within its premises. It has 23 species of Indian snakes, and exotic species of crocodiles, tortoises, turtles and lizards.

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