‘Pushpa and Anjali’ shifted to Koshi Tappu from Chitwan (With photos)
Two rhinos of Chitwan National Park have been shifted to the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve.
Four-year-old Pushpa and two-year-old Anjali have been taken to the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve from the Chitwan National Park this morning.
Before being transferred to the Koshi Tappu, they were kept in the cage for the past one week.
Wildlife technician Lal Bahadur Mahatara had monitored them.
Born in Tamaspur of Nawalpur under the Chitwan National Park in 2019, Pushpa was rescued from the muddy swamp.
Anjali was rescued from Dibyapuri area of Nawalpur, Chitwan National Park on April 5, 2021 during the rhino count when she was just one week old.
According to the data, there are no one-horned rhinos in Koshi Tappu. They are being transferred to Koshi Tappu for the first time.
Haribhadra Acharya, Acting Director General of the National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Department, said that a technical committee had carried out a study on keeping the rhinos in Koshi two years ago.
The committee had concluded that the Koshi Tappu would be an appropriate habitat for rhinos.
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