Diphu, Assam, July 7:
Kaziranga forest staff rescued a young male rhino calf that was found wandering alone in the wilderness of Agoratoli range this week.
The calf was taken to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation’s wildlife care facility near Kaziranga for advanced care on Monday, 6th July 2015.
The mighty Brahmaputra river is swollen with water from the monsoons, inundating many areas, but the swamps of the main areas in Kaziranga have not yet been totally inundated. WTI told this correspondent it has rescue teams ready to rescue any marooned animals.
The rhino calf was transported, checked and fed.