A week old male rhino calf was rescued by the staff of Kaziranga national park from the Bagori forest range. Currently, the rhino calf is receiving medical aids at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC). As the staff of the Kaziranga national park is yet to find out what happened to the mother, the calf has been placed in a rehabilitation centre with two other rhino calves that are being hand raised here. According to the wildlife officials, other two calves were introduced to the baby calf to comfort it. Rhino calf will be released free into the national park after it turns four. Click here to read more about Kaziranga Park.
News Courtesy: BBC
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