This block of exhibits for the Asiatic black bear (Ursus thibetanus) and a group of Northern Plains grey langurs (Semnopithecus entellus) meets the strictest requirements for keeping animals in modern zoos. They replace the dated and unsatisfactory facilities built in the 1950s and 1960s. The exhibit is named after the oldest national park in Nepal, where most of the animals presented here still live or at least did so in the past.
To make watching the animals in the large and highly-structured outdoor enclosure more comfortable, the amenities found along the fence include five viewing platforms boasting different types of architectural designs. The land available to the animals stretches out over nearly 1.4 hectares, comprised of mature trees and various pools of water. One may enjoy viewing animals here ranging in an environment which mirrors their natural habitat.
In addition to bears and langurs, visitors can even observe a kind of mustelid - the Asian small otter (Aonyx cinerea). The main visitor platform features two large freshwater aquariums presenting fish species from the Nepalese rivers.
See the video from Chitwan.