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12 Heartbreaking Images Of Helpless Animals In The Flooded Kaziranga Park In Assam
 
1. One-horned Rhinos are struggling to stay above water

1. One-horned Rhinos are struggling to stay above water

2. Exhausted Rhinos are seen resting on dry patches of land, probably tired after hours of wading through the currents.

2. Exhausted Rhinos are seen resting on dry patches of land, probably tired after hours of wading through the currents.

3. Deer neck-deep in water, trying to save their lives, underlines the worsening condition of human and animal life in flood-hit Assam.

3. Deer neck-deep in water, trying to save their lives, underlines the worsening condition of human and animal life in flood-hit Assam.

4. With 90 percent of Kaziranga submerged, smaller animals are struggling to stay afloat.

4. With 90 percent of Kaziranga submerged, smaller animals are struggling to stay afloat.

5. A tiger escaped from the sanctuary and was spotted

5. A tiger escaped from the sanctuary and was spotted 'relaxing' on a bed inside a house near the national highway.

6. Around nine animals including three rhinos and an elephant have been confirmed dead in the park due to drowning.

6. Around nine animals including three rhinos and an elephant have been confirmed dead in the park due to drowning.

7. Kaziranga Park officials and teams from International Fund for Animal Welfare and Wildlife Trust of India have been rescuing these distressed creatures in every way possible.

7. Kaziranga Park officials and teams from International Fund for Animal Welfare and Wildlife Trust of India have been rescuing these distressed creatures in every way possible.

8. Nearly a dozen animals were killed on the NH-37 while trying to flee the submerged Kaziranga.

8. Nearly a dozen animals were killed on the NH-37 while trying to flee the submerged Kaziranga.

9. The home of the endangered Indian one-horned rhino is facing threats from the rising waters.

9. The home of the endangered Indian one-horned rhino is facing threats from the rising waters.

10. The situation in Assam is showing no signs of improving as rain continues.

10. The situation in Assam is showing no signs of improving as rain continues.

11. Around 31 animals have been rescued from the park by the forest department’s rescue team.

11. Around 31 animals have been rescued from the park by the forest department’s rescue team.

12. Animals continue to move towards a safer place as about 90 per cent of the Kaziranga National Park and 95 camps are underwater.

12. Animals continue to move towards a safer place as about 90 per cent of the Kaziranga National Park and 95 camps are underwater.

 
 
 
 
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