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Rare Indian rhinoceros born at Polish zoo

A new year brought new life with the birth of an endangered Indian rhinoceros at Poland’s Wroclaw Zoo.The calf, a female, was born Jan. 6 to Maruska, 7, and Manas, 11. “Maruska, a first-time mom, behaves wonderfully,” Wroclaw Zoo President Radoslaw Ratajszczak said. “She looks after her daughter, allows her to nurse, and is very delicate, despite weighing more than two tons.”In the 1970s, the species was almost extinct. Thanks to conservation efforts and a protection program, there are now more than 3,600 Indian rhinos, with about 170 living in zoos. The Indian rhinoceros can weigh up to 3 tons, and primarily eats grass, twigs, and leaves. More stories from theweek.com Do Democrats realize the danger they are in? America’s rendezvous with reality What ‘Blue Lives Matter’ was always about

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