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Observers at the Manas National Park continue to be entranced by the latest addition to the park, a rhino calf born to rescued mother Ganga.
Camera operator Bhaskar Choudhury noticed that Ganga seemed to have lost track of her her calf while grazing. So he climbed a nearby tree overlooking the baby and "squeaked like a calf" until the two were reunited:
Ganga was rescued herself as a calf by the International Fund for Animal Welfare - Wildlife Trust of India following flooding in Kaziranga National Park in June 2004. She was later moved to Manas National Park as part of the ongoing efforts to restore the rhino population there.
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