Byculla zoo Reyansh Maramreddy


The byculla zoo is a zoo in Mumbai. There are not many animals there though. I did a field trip there for my summative assessment on biodiversity.

Byculla zoo is the peach rectangle on the map

Abiotic Factors

Animal cage

The abiotic factors in the Byculla zoo are the sun,stones, the cages of the animals, and a few ponds

Biotic factors

The biotic factors are baobabs,tad palms,eucalyptus,ghost trees,pan jamun trees,algae,Asian elephants,hyenas,emus,rhesus monkeys,blue bulls,cattle egrets,squirrels,crocodiles,African grey parrots,military macaws,toucans,flamingoes,pelicans and more

Pan jamun tree
Ghost tree
Tad palm
Asian Elephant
Rhesus monkey
Blue bull
Cattle egret
African Grey Parrot
Military macaw

Symbiotic relationships

We saw a example of mutualism in the zoo between cattle egrets and blue bulls. The egret got food while the blue bull got his back cleaned.

The mutualism example

Issues affecting byculla zoo

The animals are not in top conditions because of lack of food and water and rust in cages. Out of the two baobabs one is not big and one is big but is in danger of dying.

How can we help

We can support the governments actions. They are redeveloping byculla zoo to get more tourists and get the animals in better health so they can survive

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