Male Rhino Calf Rescued in Kaziranga

Diphu July 7: A very young male rhino calf found wandering in the wilderness of Agoratoli range was rescued by the Kaziranga forest staff this week.

The calf was handed over to Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation wildlife care facility near Kaziranga for advance care on Monday,6th July 2015.

Although the swamps of the core area of Kaziranga has not totally inundated yet by the swelling water of the mighty Brahmaputra, the WTI has kept its rescue team in readiness for rescue of the marooned animals, a WTI source told this correspondent.

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Rescued Rhino calf
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Checking the rhino calf
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Feeding the rhino calf
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The Kaziranga forest staff team transports the rhino calf
Sushanta Roy
Sushanta Roy is a journalist in Assam, India, who photographs and writes about the people, animals and flora of Assam, and the things that affect them.