Chitwan, Aug 3: The authorities of Chitwan National Park (CNP) are getting ready to send the second match of rhinos to be talented to the Government of People’s Republic of China on August 16.
Boss Conservation Officer of the Chitwan National Park, Bed Kumar Dhakal, said Chinese authorities are getting ready to take the skilled rhinos including that the Chinese side is attempting to orchestrate a load plane and get endorsement from the air terminal.
Prior, the Government of Nepal had sent the principal match of rhino to China on July 12.
The male rhino of one and a half years has been named as ‘Solti’ while the name of two-year-old female is ‘Mitini’.
The rhinos are being sent to Kathmandu on August 14, two days before their takeoff to China.
Right now, the rhinos are kept in a fenced in area called pit booma at the premises of the National Trust for Nature Conservation in Sauraha in the wake of taking them under control.
The authorities of the national stop said that there would be no issue in translocation of the rhinos since they knew about the people.
Like previously, the national stop veterinarians, experts and collaborators would be sent this time too together with the rhinos. The veterinary specialists and experts, who had gone to blessing the primary couple of rhinos, have just returned while the associates are yet to arrive home.
Amid his visit to China, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had swore to blessing two sets of rhinos to China.