الأحد , مايو 16 2021

India rescues wandering baby rhino

This photo taken on July 6, 2015 shows a three-day old male Indian one-horned rhinoceros calf who was found wandering alone in Kaziranga National Park is transported through the park in northeastern Assam state.

Kaziranga is home to the largest concentration of the world’s remaining one-horned rhinoceros.

Indian wildlife authorities have rescued a three-day-old baby rhinoceros wandering around the Kaziranga national park in the north-eastern state of Assam.

The 430 sq km (166 sq miles) park is home to the largest concentration of the world’s remaining one-horned rhinoceros.

Pictures showed park staff members examining and then transporting the calf through the park.

It is not known where the calf’s mother is, but poaching is a common problem in Kazaringa.

Local media estimate that 12 rhinoceros were killed by poachers since January this year.

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