Assam : Three rhino calves about to release soon, rescued in flood
Assam : Three rhino calves about to release soon, rescued in flood

During the Year 2019, a rescue for three rhino calves, including two females was conducted from Assam floods. Now it is decided to soon be released them into the wild. Let us share that the rhinos, rescued near the Kaziranga National Park, will be kept at a livestock enclosure for a stipulated period of habituation before their final release into the Manas Tiger Reserve in Barpeta district, a Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) statement said.

The calves will undergo a medical check-up and will be marked before they are released. In a statement it is said that “We have augmented Manas with 19 rhinos since 2006, out of a total population of 44 in the tiger reserve,”  They underwent two-year-long rehabilitation at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation, Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve Director P Sivakumar said. “This is the right time to release the calves into the wild as they will soon be developing horns,” he was quoted as saying.

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