There is something about baby animals which never fail to tug the strings of people’s heart. Recently, a rhinoceros named Gauri gave birth to a female calf at Patna zoo as a part of the Rhino breeding programme. Following which, a clip of the baby taking her first steps was posted on Twitter by Department of Environment, Forest and Climate change, Bihar.
The birth of this female calf at Patna Zoo to mother Gauri and father Ayodhya is good news for all of us and adds one more feather to the Rhino breeding programme.— Department of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (@DEFCCOfficial) May 9, 2020
Rhino’s gestation period is about 16 months. And the weight of the newborn calf is about 40 kg. #GauriKiGudiya pic.twitter.com/5GcDz2Q4Lc
The short clip shows the calf trying to get up on is feet and move forward under her mother's supervision. However, after trying for a few seconds, she eventually falls. The adorable clip was shared with #GauriKiGudiya and revealed that the baby calf weighs 40 kgs. Since posted, the clips have received nearly 5400 views and 64 likes.
Congratulations to gauri and ayodhya.— Vivek kumar (@Vivekku76365780) May 9, 2020
So cute juz born Bobby calf ☺😍— Gayathri 🇮🇳 (@Kannaninradhai) May 9, 2020
You mean Mothers "Super" Vision !— Shyam Prasad Rao (@ShyamPrasadRao1) May 9, 2020
She seems to prefer allowing the little one to manage its own calf muscles.....er...I mean leg muscles which will enable it to haul itself up and stand - after having
its entire life with folded hands & legs
And there are some specimens of one particular species who can't stand on their own legs half of their lives— Wanderer Akash (@WandererAkash) May 9, 2020
lovely 😍— Shubham Sinha (@Shubham79148145) May 9, 2020
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