Kamla Nehru Zoo Museum in Indore will soon host some rare species of reptiles, the longest reticulated snake species will be one of them. The poisonous Brown King Cobra and 25 new species of reptiles will be brought in from Maharashtra, Uttarakhand, Tamil Nadu, among other states.

To accommodate the reptilian guests, Kamla Nehru Zoo museum is building a massive habitat structure which is reportedly 750 feet tall and 72 feet wide. The zoo authority aims to build a natural habitat for the animals, by looking after minute details such as providing an ambient temperature for the species.

The reticulated python is one of the longest snake species in the world with some pythons growing to a length of 38 feet. The Yellow Anaconda Snake which is about 7 feet in length will be flown in from Chennai and the 15 foot Brown King Cobra will be brought in from Hyderabad.

Apart from this, they also plan to bring in the deadly Black Mamba snake originating from Africa along with up to 8 new species of snakes into the habitat.

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Most businesses in the city have decided to pull down their shutters after 7 PM, in the wake of the steady rising of the cases.

Indore in the state of Madhya Pradesh, is the worst-hit district in regards to the coronavirus. The city has reported over 300 new COVID-19 victims on Thursday which has taken the total number of cases to 15,764 and the death toll as of today, is marked at 438. This has pushed the state's confirmed corona cases to 81,379 and as a whole,1,661 fatalities have been observed.

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Indore Unlock 4: ibus services resume after 5 months, hotels allowed to run at 100% capacity

Indore lifts night curfew and Sunday lockdown in the city.

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