With poachers hunting down two more rhinos in the Kaziranga National Park,Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Monday decided to deploy extra contingent of Forest
Kaziranga National Park boasts of 2,290-strong rhino population as per last census this year.
A rhino,left bleeding by poachers who removed its horn,succumbed to its injuries.
Poachers on Wednesday shot at a full-grown one-horned female rhino in the vicinity of the world-famous Kaziranga National Park and chopped off its horn and right ear
Poachers may have been on the prowl and killing a number of rhinos,especially at Kaziranga National Park in Upper Assam. However,the population of the one-horned rhinoceros has shot up in the state very encouragingly
A set of motion-sensitive cameras fitted with automatic sensors that was part of the ongoing tiger census inside the Kaziranga National Park recorded two poachers early this morning,once again bringing to light the vulnerability of the one-horned rhinoceros there
In February 2009 when a female rhino had to be shot dead by forest guards when she attacked a group of researchers inside the Kaziranga National Park in Assam
Even as the Kaziranga National Park in Assam reopened for the new tourist season,forest and wildlife officials struggled to locate a tigress,the mother of a cub that was rescued
Kaziranga National Park lost a full-grown female rhino when poachers not only managed to sneak into the Park to shoot down the animal but also escaped with its horn,official sources said.
A Skewed sex ratio of rhinos in North Bengal has forced the forest department to approach its counterpart in Assam to increase the number of female rhinos in the state.
Its not just rhino land. Kaziranga National Park has the highest density of tigers in India. How the big cats found a haven in the parks incredible profusion of life.
Kaziranga National Park,home to over 1,800 one-horned rhinos,has witnessed a heavy rush of visitors as it reopened for tourists.
The Assam government has instituted a one-man inquiry committee to find the reasons behind the death of four wild elephants near the Kaziranga National Park earlier this month.
As many as four wild elephants have died around the Kaziranga National Park within six days,ringing alarm bells among the authorities.
Even as the rising water-level of the Brahmaputra entered and inundated vast portions of the 840-sq km Kaziranga National Park in Assam