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Manas to get two more rhino guests


The Manas National Park is set to get two orphaned one-horned rhinos from Kaziranga n Sunday under the International Fund for Animal Welfare-Wildlife Trust of India.


The rhinos were being shifted from Kaziranga National Park to Manas National Park on Saturday night under tight security. Named as Maju and Raja, they were under care of the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation in Kaziranga, where they were hand-raised by experienced veterinarians.


Both the incidents occurred in Kaziranga National Park. According to information, the one-horned rhinos are being reintroduced in Manas National Park through translocation from Pobitara Wildlife Sanctuary and Kaziranga National Park as well as through such rehabilitation of rescued rhinos from CWRC.


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