Rhino dies, months after landmark birth, loss of baby

Indian rhinoceros Jeta, who gave birth to the nation's first healthy rhino baby born with the help of assisted reproductive technology, has died. Zoo staff noticed she was not well and began treatment with antibiotics, iron supplements, vitamin B shots and steroid injections, but to no avail. The baby, Ethan, was born in June and died in October. It's not clear whether there is any connection between the deaths.

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