The rescued newborn male rhino calf under foster mother care at Centre for Wildilfe Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC). The calf was found by the patrolling forest staff near Teteliguri forest camp under Kaziranga forest range of the park on 2nd August morning. A joint team of CWRC- WTI-IFAW and Kaziranga National Park of Assam Forest Department rescued the alone animal form the flood receded muddy grassland of the park as there was no sign of the mother around. For further treatment and care, the calf was brought to CWRC and now under 24 hours observation.
The joint team of CWRC- WTI-IFAW and Kaziranga National Park of Assam Forest Department rescued a few days old orphan male rhino calf from Teteliguri area of Kaziranga Forest Range of the national park The calf is under observation at CWRC.
One-horned rhinos take shelter at a highland in the flood-hit Kaziranga National Park, in Golaghat district. Nine rhinos are among the 108 wild animals that have died during this year’s floods at Assam’s Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve (KNPTR).
Elephants lined up to carry tourists on safari on the opening day of the Kaziranga National Park in Golaghat district of Assam. The park has the world's largest concentration of Indian one-horned Rhino.
In this Aug. 18, 2017 photo, the carcass of a tiger lies in floodwaters at the Bagori range inside Kaziranga National Park in the northeastern Indian state of Assam. About 80 per cent of the 480-square-kilometer (185-square-mile) park has been flooded and more than 100 animal carcass recovered, according to news reports.
Britain's Prince William, right, and his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, feed elephant calves at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC), at Panbari reserve forest in Kaziranga, in Assam.
Tourists riding on elephants watch a one horned rhinoceros inside the Kaziranga national park in Kaziranga, Assam. After two devastating waves of floods, the park which is home to the one horned Rhinoceros was reopened for tourists.