Sri Venkateswara zoological park is the largest zoo in the world by area. It covers an area of 5,532 acres (22.39 square kilometers). This zoo is founded on 29 September 1987. This world’s largest zoo is named after the Lord of Seven Hills in Tirupati “Sri Venkateswara”.
The major exhibits on this zoo are Elephant, peafowl, Sambar deer, parakeet, regular leopard, lions, wild boar, white tiger and crocodile, black bear and more.
This zoo has a world record of the world’s biggest leopard on the name of the Balaji leopard. The park is known for its many waterfalls including the Talakona, Gundalakona and Gunjana.
As the government of India declared the Seshachalam Hills as one of the biosphere reserves of India in 2010, this national park becomes the part of it.
According to tryponzy.com & en.wikipedia