Slideshow: Maju and Raja, two young rhinos about to be relocated in India

The above slideshow contains photos of Maju and Raja, two young rhinos who were rehabilitated at the International Fund for Animal Welfare Wildlife Rescue Center in Kaziranga. These youngsters are scheduled to be moved by IFAW and local partner Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) this weekend. Once sedated and loaded into ground transportation, Maju and Raja will be heading to Manas National Park where they will be released ideally to live out the rest of their natural lives. -- SB - Images. c. IFAW

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