IFAW-WTI康复放归的犀牛首次野外产仔

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Mon, 04/08/2013
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        一只犀牛在玛纳斯国家公园出生了,性别为雌性,身体非常健康。小犀牛的母亲曾是一个孤儿,在国际爱护动物基金会-印度野生动物基金会(IFAW-WTI)精心照料下,长大后放归到国家公园,是公园重建野生动物种群项目的一部分。

        “这是印度第一只由人工饲养、康复、放归自然的犀牛在野外所生的幼仔。”国际爱护动物基金会(IFAW)总裁兼首席执行官Azzedine Downes说,“对野生犀牛的盗猎极度猖獗,而这个小生命的诞生给我们以巨大的希望来对抗这种危机。”

        犀牛康复项目是一项由阿萨姆邦林业局(AFD)、国际爱护动物基金会-印度野生动物基金会(IFAW-WTI)和波多领土委员会(Bodoland Territorial Council)共同开展的一个创新项目。项目对孤儿动物和与父母失散的动物进行精心照料,并将牠们放归野外。至目前为止,已经将项目照料的3雌2雄共计5只小犀牛放归到玛纳斯国家公园。

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印度玛纳斯
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张琦 (IFAW中国办公室)
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Wed, 04/24/2013
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Press Contact: 
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+27 21 701 8642
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+27 11 372 3600
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