During the daytime, the female keeps the calf in the swampy grasslands away from the sight of humans as seen in the second image. It is only during the twilight zone that you get a glimpse of the calves as seen in the other images.The Indian Rhino is an endangered species of Rhinoceros found in parts of North Eastern India and in some parts of Nepal. The Kaziranga national park in Assam, India is one of the popular places to see this huge mammal.
A mother Rhinoceros is very protective about her calf who stays with her for about 3-4 years. During this period, the mother keeps her calf away from other Rhinoceros and also tends to be very aggressive. The new born calf is also vulnerable to predation by Tigers.
During the daytime, the female keeps the calf in the swampy grasslands away from the sight of humans as seen in the second image. It is only during the twilight zone that you get a glimpse of the calves as seen in the other images.
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