Newly Born Baby Rhino Attracts Visitors in Eastern India





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A new born one-horn rhinoceros is a big draw for visitors at a zoo in India's Bihar state. Rhinos are an endangered species, with only 14,000 found in the world.

A newly born one-horn rhinoceros is a special attraction at the Sanjay Gandhi Zoological Park in India's Patna City.

[Abhay Kumar, Zoo Director]:
"The female rhino Hadtali gave birth to a baby rhino at around 12:50 pm local time. This is a really pleasant moment for all of us. We have been eagerly waiting this moment."

The number of rhinoceros in the zoo is now 13.

[Abhay Kumar, Zoo Director]:
"The Sanjay Gandhi Zoological Park holds the number one position for its rhino population, and we are continually putting our effort in the right direction."

Visitors were seen crowding around the rhino enclosure and taking pictures of the calf and its mother.

[Vijay Kumar, Visitor]:
"I came here to visit the place. I am enjoying this moment of the baby rhino's birth. I have seen such things on television, but now I am pleased to see the newly born baby."

Rhinoceri are heavily endangered with only 14,000 specimens found throughout the world.


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