A baby rhino which got separated from its mother was rescued and taken to safety in the flood-hit Kaziranga.

In a joint operation by the staff of Kaziranga National Park & Tiger Reserve and the officials of the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC), a baby rhino was rescued and taken to safety in the flood-hit Kaziranga National Park.

The rhino apparently got separated from its mother in the flood.

In a video, tweeted by the national park, the authorities said, ” A female rhino calf was separated from her mother due to high flood in the Agartoli range yesterday. As we could not locate the mother, team CWRC along with @kaziranga_ staffs rescued it and currently under care at our rescue centre-CWRC. @ParimalSuklaba1 @wti_org_India.”

 

The rescue video has been re-tweeted several times after it was shared for the first time.

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