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This Half-Human Half-Fox Creature At Karachi Zoo Is Called Mumtaz Begum And Is The Weirdest Thing You Will See Today

Shambhavi | Last Modified - Jun 22, 2017, 04:47 PM IST

Mumtaz Begum has been the constant attraction at Karachi zoo for over 40 years
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    Alongside elephants, deer, and other animals, hidden behind a curtain, resting in a shabby pavilion is a creature in the name of Mumtaz Begum. A ‘half fox half woman’ who predicts the future and provides wits and wisdom to people has been the major attraction since more past 40 years.

    Mumtaz is neither a fox nor a woman but is actually played by performer Murad Ali, a man who inherited the role from his father. Generally, most people go to the zoo to see animals, but at Karachi Zoo in Pakistan, many visitors flock there to see a person. For decades. 'Foxy Lady' or Mumtaz Mehal has been delighting both travelers and locals.
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    Alongside elephants, deer, and other animals, hidden behind a curtain, resting in a shabby pavilion is a creature in the name of Mumtaz Begum. A ‘half fox half woman’ who predicts the future and provides wits and wisdom to people has been the major attraction since more past 40 years.

    Mumtaz is neither a fox nor a woman but is actually played by performer Murad Ali, a man who inherited the role from his father. Generally, most people go to the zoo to see animals, but at Karachi Zoo in Pakistan, many visitors flock there to see a person. For decades. 'Foxy Lady' or Mumtaz Mehal has been delighting both travelers and locals.
  • +4 See more slides
    Alongside elephants, deer, and other animals, hidden behind a curtain, resting in a shabby pavilion is a creature in the name of Mumtaz Begum. A ‘half fox half woman’ who predicts the future and provides wits and wisdom to people has been the major attraction since more past 40 years.

    Mumtaz is neither a fox nor a woman but is actually played by performer Murad Ali, a man who inherited the role from his father. Generally, most people go to the zoo to see animals, but at Karachi Zoo in Pakistan, many visitors flock there to see a person. For decades. 'Foxy Lady' or Mumtaz Mehal has been delighting both travelers and locals.
  • +4 See more slides
    Alongside elephants, deer, and other animals, hidden behind a curtain, resting in a shabby pavilion is a creature in the name of Mumtaz Begum. A ‘half fox half woman’ who predicts the future and provides wits and wisdom to people has been the major attraction since more past 40 years.

    Mumtaz is neither a fox nor a woman but is actually played by performer Murad Ali, a man who inherited the role from his father. Generally, most people go to the zoo to see animals, but at Karachi Zoo in Pakistan, many visitors flock there to see a person. For decades. 'Foxy Lady' or Mumtaz Mehal has been delighting both travelers and locals.
  • +4 See more slides
    Alongside elephants, deer, and other animals, hidden behind a curtain, resting in a shabby pavilion is a creature in the name of Mumtaz Begum. A ‘half fox half woman’ who predicts the future and provides wits and wisdom to people has been the major attraction since more past 40 years.

    Mumtaz is neither a fox nor a woman but is actually played by performer Murad Ali, a man who inherited the role from his father. Generally, most people go to the zoo to see animals, but at Karachi Zoo in Pakistan, many visitors flock there to see a person. For decades. 'Foxy Lady' or Mumtaz Mehal has been delighting both travelers and locals.

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