Manas National Park

Manas National Park News

How rhino project, group of former poachers revived Assam forest

The Manas National Park (MNP) has been the home of several rare and endangered species, including tigers, rhinos, swamp deers, and different species of birds.

Ganga of Manas National Park is first rhino to be grandmother tracked in the wild

The rhino population in Manas National Park was totally wiped out in the early 1990s with Unesco putting a “in-danger” prefix to its World Heritage Site tag in 1992.

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Six held with tiger skin, bones in Assam's Manas National Park

Manas National Park field director HK Sarma said the arrested persons have confessed to have gunned down the tiger sometime in April inside the Panbari range and were looking for a customer to dispose it off when they were caught.

Tiger population up in Manas, Orang; Kaziranga hopes to cross the 140 mark

Manas National Park has recorded the presence of 30 tigers, including six sub-adults, and preliminary report from Orang National Park has put the figure at 28.

19 eastern swamp deer shifted from Kaziranga to Manas

At 854, Eastern swamp deer are far lesser in number than Royal Bengal Tiger or one-horned rhinoceros.

Good news from Manas: Study finds 20 amphibian, 35 reptile species

Poachers have returned to Manas, and seven rhinos have been killed since 2011.

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Rhino killed in Manas National Park

This is the sixth rhino killing in the park since it got back its World Heritage tag in 2011.

Third hand-reared rhino gives birth in Manas National Park

Another hand-reared one-horned rhino has given birth to a healthy calf in Manas National Park in Assam

First translocated rhino gives birth in Manas National Park

Mainao,the first rhino that was translocated to the Manas National Park in western Assam in 2006,has given birth to a healthy calf in its new home.

After 2 months,injured crane from Siberia reunites with its flock

An injured migratory common crane that was rescued in mid January after it got separated from its flock was finally reunited with its lot

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