Assam: Feminine giraffe discovered useless at zoo | Guwahati Information


GUWAHATI: A four-year-old feminine giraffe was discovered useless on the state zoo right here on Friday.
Divisional forest officer (in-charge) of the zoo, Ashwini Kumar, stated the giraffe died within the wee hours of Friday, and a autopsy can be carried out to know the precise reason for loss of life. “Prima facie, the loss of life seems to be unintended resulting from suffocation, however the precise trigger will probably be recognized solely after the post-mortem,” he added.
The giraffe, named Rongili, was dropped at Assam in December 2019 from the Patna zoo together with a male giraffe from the Mysore zoo, with permission from the Central Zoo Authority (CZA). The giraffes have been dropped at Assam as a part of an animal alternate programme after a niche of eight years.
Forest minister Parimal Suklabaidya ordered an investigation to establish the circumstances resulting in the loss of life of the giraffe and requested the DFO to submit the report inside three days.
Kumar stated the male giraffe was doing advantageous.
The state zoo is mulling to carry two zebras from the Mysore zoo by early subsequent 12 months. It should ship two one-horned rhinos to Shaheed Ashfaqulaah Khan Prani Udyan in Gorakhpur in January as a part of an alternate programme between zoos.


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