Two years ago, on the eve of Bihu (festival of harvest and New Year for people of Assam) in April, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) team in Greater Manas received some miserable news.
In this brief video above you can hear the IFAW-WTI team member and in this instance also camera person, Bhaskar Choudhury, making baby rhino noises, then we see the new baby rhino and her mother reunited after a short separation.
This post about a recent rhino calf birth was submitted by Sheren Shrestha, IFAW-WTI staff working in India. - IR
If you are following the news these days, you likely know that rhinos are in crisis.
Experts agree that the rampant illegal killing of black and white rhinos in Africa for their horns is at a point where the global community must band together to fight the poaching of this species, or else risk losing this incredible group of animals during our lifetime.