Published On: Jan 09, 2019

Vandalur zoo authorities have installed CCTV cameras in a dozen animal houses. But not everyone is happy. A sloth bear climbed up to the contraption and spat on it, spoiling the gadget. A white tiger took a cable apart, leaving the camera useless. But zoo deputy director is still hopeful, as a majority of other animals have taken it without protest. The camera helps the zoo officials monitoring the health of the animals. Infact, cameras were set up in nearly in a dozen animal houses, which include lions, tigers, leopards, sloth bears, Himalayan black bears, chimpanzees, wild dogs, jackals, hyenas, jackals and wolves.  

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