Animals are having a fun time as the people around them are not comming out. And they are moving freely. Numerous endearing accounts of individuals saving creatures have risen up out of the flood-hit Kaziranga district. On Wednesday, Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve tweeted a video that indicated a female one-horned child rhino being gotten a vessel to a salvage place as locals cheer and pat it.
It was accounted for that child rhinoceros that was isolated from its mom because of the floods.
Huge wraps of land have been lowered in 25 of Assam’s 33 areas, with the flood influencing 34 lakh individuals. Seventy-nine individuals have passed on in the floods.
Several wild creatures have been marooned; 96 wild creatures including seven rhinos have passed on in the floods in Kaziranga. Despite the fact that the Brahmaputra floodplains, including Kaziranga, stay submerged, the National Highway-37 has been opened for little vehicles.
A rhino have strayed out near bandar dhubi area at Bagori Range yesterday and taking rest near NH37. The DRIVE OUT Operation is being carried out to guide the rhino to park. Our staffs along with @nagaonpolice are guarding the area. Drive Slow.@ParimalSuklaba1 @RandeepHooda pic.twitter.com/3avQXbqtHF
— Kaziranga National Park & Tiger Reserve (@kaziranga_) July 18, 2020
“A rhino have wandered out close Bandar Dhubi region at Bagori Range yesterday and taking rest close NH37. The DRIVE OUT activity is being done to manage the rhino to stop. Our staffs alongside @nagaonpolice are guarding the zone. Drive Slow,” Kaziranga National park tweeted from its official twitter handle with a video.