INDIA-ENVIRONMENT-RHINO

Tourists photograph a rhinoceros during an elephant safari at Kaziranga National Park, some 250kms east of Guwahati on November 1, 2013. The world famous Kaziranga National Park has reopened for tourists. There are seventeen species of mammals, twenty three species of birds and ten species of reptiles which are on the endangered list in Kaziranga which has the worlds largest concentration of Indian one-horned rhino. AFP PHOTO/Biju Boro (Photo by STRDEL / AFP) (Photo by STRDEL/AFP via Getty Images)
Tourists photograph a rhinoceros during an elephant safari at Kaziranga National Park, some 250kms east of Guwahati on November 1, 2013. The world famous Kaziranga National Park has reopened for tourists. There are seventeen species of mammals, twenty three species of birds and ten species of reptiles which are on the endangered list in Kaziranga which has the worlds largest concentration of Indian one-horned rhino. AFP PHOTO/Biju Boro (Photo by STRDEL / AFP) (Photo by STRDEL/AFP via Getty Images)
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