Kaziranga Animals effected by flood

The flood in Assam is a huge problem. As this is effecting the state. Its just not giving people the problem. But also to the animals. Its its making life trouble for the land animals.

Kaziranga national park has been seeing ceaseless downpours that have been representing a genuine danger to the living space of the natural life. In one such circumstance, a Bengal tiger was spotted to have taken haven under a loafing shed.

“A sub-grown-up tiger entered a goat shed in Kandolimari Village (Agartoli Range) to get away from the flood. Most extreme consideration is being taken to guarantee the security of the two individuals and the tiger,” the Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve tweeted.

The haven is home to numerous creature and winged creature species, the imperiled one-horned Indian Rhino and by and by, 95% of its property is secured by the flood.

“All endeavors are being made to protect the tiger,” P Sivakumar, the chief of the recreation center, said. The division has comprised a group to take care of the circumstance at normal spans.

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