In The Life of Pi, what makes Ponicherry an appropriate site for Pi's upbringing?

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Ponicherry, Pi's hometown, shapes much of his life experiences. First of all, the zoo there is run by his father. This gives Pi the experience needed with animals to survive his long journey....

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